Alongside her writing and research, Giulia Damiani has been teaching in various higher education and art institutions. Currently she teaches Art Theory at Rietveld Academie, TXT department, and lectures in the MA Archiving Art at the University of Amsterdam. In 2019 she was awarded the teaching fellowship from the Higher Education Academy (UK) for her pedagogical work in university. 

Previous to her PhD in the Art Department at Goldsmiths University (AHRC Funding 2017-2020) she graduated from the MA in Critical Writing in Art and Design at the Royal College of Art (London) in 2014. She has a BA (Honours) in English and Russian Languages, Literature and Arts. 

Her collaborations with galleries and various institutions across the world have been funded by public bodies such as the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK), the European Cultural Foundation and the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities. Her writing has been published widely in art and cultural magazines such as EROS press, SALT magazine, Umbigo as well as catalogues and independent publications. She has given talks at a wide range of institutions, including ICI (Berlin), University of Santa Caterina, FAAP and Pivô (Brazil), The White Building, The Showroom and Goldsmiths University (London), Withworth Art Gallery (Manchester) The Studio (Jordan), ODD (Bucharest), Philosophy Institute (Naples) and the University of Minho (Portugal).


Shot during performance lecture ‘Let’s Build a City with a Woman-Dimension: Orography and Dance with Le Nemesiache, from Naples to Amsterdam’, 2020.