Claudia Casavecchia was born in Senigallia on January 16, 1977 and in November 1999 she began working in the field of hospitality and educational museum services at the Fortress ofGradara. She graduated in 2001 in Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Bologna with the thesis in German linguistics Interaction between verbal and non-verbal language in the teaching of German for which she will live three months in Munich to study video material at the Goethe Institut. In 2010 she graduated in DAMS – Disciplines of the Art of Music and Show – address Medieval and Modern Art at the University of Bologna with the thesis in the history of art criticism: History of a museum: the Fortress of Gradara from De Griffo to the Superintendency of Cultural Heritage. In 2010 she worked at the Superintendency of Fine Arts and Landscapeof Marche, where she collaborated both in the headquarters and with the Fortress of Senigallia. In addition to various administrative tasks, she wrote for the architects of the Superintendency historical reports aimed at protection measures.She collaborated in the promotion and communication of events and in the design and promotion of educational activities for schools, both at the Fortress of Gradara and at that of Senigallia
In 2016, following the earthquake in the Marches, she collaborated with the Crisis Unit at the Regional Secretariat of Cultural Heritage in the Marches. In 2018 she won the competition as Communication and Promotion Officer and was assigned to the Polo Musealeof Marches, where she was entrusted with the management of the Fortress of Senigallia. She is assigned the Musst#2 (Museums and development of territorial systems) project that puts her in contact with the various stakeholders of the territory. The experience of the Fortress of Gradara and the Fortress of Senigallia were an opportunity to deepen the local history and related projects to propose to users new ways to visit and experience the museum.
In November 2019, a new experience and a new challenge begins: the direction of the small and precious State Archaeological Museum of Arcevia. The goal that has been set is to make the museum a place that can be visited and welcoming for all, place of the community and territory, where Archaeology from a distant and unknown deity, becomes a friend and teacher to know the man and his history.