Gely Korzhev, one of the leading figures of Soviet and Russian art in the 20th century, is back to Venice with a striking exhibition that revisits the artist's life and work through his most poignant paintings.
We intervied American author Aaron Poochigian, ahead of his panel discussion on Poetry for the Incroci di Civiltà literary festival, on April 5th.
From April 3 to 6 2019, Venice will welcome 28 writers from 19 countries for the 12th edition of the international literary festival organized by Ca' Foscari University.
The 9th edition of the beloved Festival will feature a rich program with 30 short films, special activities, workshops and masterclasses, covering a wide number of topics. Special guest: French director Patrice Leconte.
The national campaign dedicated to the responsible use of resources is back with numerous initiatives, from February 25th to March 9th. Find out how you can win sustainability themed prizes with the #rimpiatta photo contest.
Jean-Paul Costa, former President of the European Court of Human Rights, will be the guest of the “Memory, law and rights” conference, the last initiative for this year's Holocaust Remembrance Day. Here is an excerpt of his speech.
On February 12th, 2019 Ca’ Foscari University of Venice will inaugurate the new academic year. The event will take place in the Carlo Goldoni Theatre, starting from 11.00 a.m.
On the next Holocaust Remembrance Day, the activities organized by Ca’ Foscari will focus on the children who experienced the Shoah, in connection with the UN Convention on the Right of the Child, which will turn 30 in 2019.
Human-to-human and human-to-machine interactions will be the central topic of the first Science Gallery Venice initiative. The innovative exhibition, which opened on January 17th at Ca’ Foscari Zattere, will remain visible until April 7th.