Are we allowed to fail? Do we know how to take risks and accept outcomes different from the expected ones? And what is the impact of culture on how we perceive failure? Professor Paul Iske, founder and director of the 'Institute of Brilliant Failures' addressed all these questions and more in his lecture "Brilliant Failure: Working, Failing, and Learning Together”, organized by the Ca' Foscari International College.
AquaGranda is in its third edition, which will take place between Nov. 12 and Dec. 12 in a series of meetings and dialogues around tides. First-hand experiences, textual, visual, audio and multimedia materials on recent climate events will come together in an exhibition moving around town on a regular ACTV vaporetto.
The main recruiting event at Ca' Foscari is back on November 14th (in presence) and November 16th (online). Find out how to register and read the testimonial by Melissa Anne Herlitz, an American student who can continue her career in Italy thanks to an interview she had during a past Career Day.
University bands are back on stage in San Basilio: on October 13thth, 2023, join us for the "San Basilio Waterfront Music Fest" organized by Ca' Foscari University of Venice and the North Adriatic Sea port system (AdSPMAS) - Ports of Venice and Chioggia, during PORT DAYS 2023.
The competition, now in its 19th edition (12th as an international challenge), took place in the Grand Canal on Sunday 3 September, during the most important Venetian rowing event: the Regata Storica (Historical Regatta).
Weather, the 'most democratic' topic of conversation, is the leitmotif for talking about the environment and climate change in the research exhibition hosted at Ca' Corner della Regina and organised in collaboration with Ca' Foscari's NICHE centre.
Bernardine Evaristo's Italian tour reached Venice, where she was a guest of Ca' Foscari in the Writers in Conversation series, linked to Incroci di civiltà. Evaristo was in dialogue with Shaul Bassi in a fully-booked Auditorium Santa Margherita.
The Cooling Solution is a scientific project that uses photography to investigate how people of different socioeconomic backgrounds around the world adapt to high temperatures and humidity.
Marashi was one of the guests at the latest edition of the International Festival of Literature in Venice - Crossroads of Civilization (Incroci di civiltà), where she presented her novel 'Payiz fasl-e akhar-e sal ast' (Autumn is the Last Season of the Year).