The KidBeats project takes shape through the coordinated work of all partners. Who works in each organization?
People, values and ideas that we want to share with our audience.
Here the third interview with Silvia Di Benedetto, project manager at Explora, the Children’s Museum of Rome.

Who are you?
I am the European Programme Manager at Explora, the Children’s Museum of Rome, where I oversee all European projects for the organization. Passionate about anthropology and human rights, I have been involved in the cultural and social sector since my teenage years. My journey began as a volunteer and worker at theatre festivals, eventually leading me to become a national and European project designer and manager for various cultural and youth organizations.

What’s the organization’s role in the project? 
At Explora, I am responsible for managing the project on both activity and financial levels.

Why did your organization decide to join the project? 
We believe that music is an essential element in children’s development and well-being. We recognize that working internationally to develop new tools for children is an enriching and thrilling experience.

How do you see the future of the project? 
We aspire to continue refining the prototype initiated within this project, with the goal of potentially developing a highly effective tool for children. This envisioned tool would enable them not only to listen to music but also to interact with the object and their surroundings, ultimately aiming to enhance their development.