Idemar Ghizzo

Biographical note

Idemar Ghizzo, was born in Pedras Grandes Municipality of Santa Catarina – Brazil, lives and works in Orleans in the same state. Bachelor’s Degree in Museology, Specialization in Conservation and Restoration at the Istituto per l’Arte e il Restauro, Florence Italy, Specialist in Management of School Library by the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Master in Museology by the Ibero-American Institute of Museology, Spain and Doctorate in Museology by the Lusófona University of Humanities and Technology, Lisbon Portugal. In addition to several workshops, seminars and refresher courses in the area of Museology, History and Conservation. Professor of Arts and Museology, teaches Regional Studies at Centro Universitário Barriga Verde – UNIBAVE. Coordinator of the Laboratory of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Goods – LACOR, Museologist of the Open Air Museum Princesa Isabel, maintained by the Barriga Verde Educational Foundation – FEBAVE. It develops research on the process of European Immigration in the South of Santa Catarina. Has published work in books, catalogs and magazines. Dedicated to researching to update him knowledge in the specific area. Honored by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Santa Catarina for its contribution to the Preservation of History and Culture. Member of the Catarinense Association of Conservatives and Restorers of Cultural Goods – ACCR – SC. and the Historical Geographic Institute of the Terras dos Condes Slopes of Serra Geral – IHGTC.

Áreas de interesse académico e científico

  • Museology
  • History and Conservation

Individual doctoral project

Infography: Subsidy in museum communication
Gabriela Ramos Figurelli

The research analyzes the infographics, a tool used by communicologists. Evaluates its possible use and contribution in the socialization of information in Museums. For this, it is verified how currently occurs communication in the researched Museums and how this resource can be used to construct new ways to get the attention and better interpretation of the visitor in their exhibitions.