Aula Magna Silvio Trentin
The Aula Magna Silvio Trentin in Ca' Dolfin is a large, sixteenth century hall located on the first floor of the Dolfin Palace. The ceilings and walls of this large and impressive space are adorned with frescoes in the style of the School of Tiepolo with medallions illustrating allegorical figures, Murano chandeliers and mirrors. Once the room contained ten paintings portraying historical events by Giambattista Tiepolo, now displayed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, in the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna, and in the Metropolitan Museum of New York.
Seating for 110, a modern, multimedia infrastructure coupled with the possibility to set up catering for events in the entrance hall or the internal gardens make this location suitable for hosting prestigious events, in particular conventions and conferences. The Aula Magna and the entire Ca' Dolfin building have been completely refurbished in the academic year 2013/2014, further highlighting the refined elegance of the venues.
Location: Ca' Dolfin
Type: Multimedia room, conference room
Address: Dorsoduro 3825/e - 30123 (Venice)
Closest water bus stop: San Tomà - Ca' Rezzonico
Accessibility: Fully accessible;
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Catering: it is possible to organise catering/receptions after authorization
SPECIFICS AND CAPACITY
Total surface: 205 square metres
Capacity - Seats: 110