Born in Naples, Rosa Maria Villani began her career at a very young age in the context of the State Mint, with a diploma from the School of Medal Art and a degree in History of Art from the Sapienza University of Rome. In 1991 you joined the Mint as engraver and sketcher and from 1993 you collaborated directly with the coordinator of the artistic sectors of the Mint, Laura Cretara, she already taught her during her studies at the School of Medal Art. In 2001 she began her teaching activity, which led her to become curator of a new restoration course and teacher of the modeling course. Today you are in charge of the organization of the School and the artistic direction of educational projects, including those aimed at production activities and creative product research. During her career, in addition to dedicating herself to the restoration of numismatic works in metal and wax, Rosa Maria Villani has carried out an intense research activity and has offered her contribution in numerous publications, conferences and external lecturers. The history of the Scuola, the formation of the Unitary Mint and the relationship between art and art crafts in the context of manufacturing production were the main objects of her insights.
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