The ceremony was streamed online on Youcafoscari, the university’s YouTube channel. "Education, research and innovation are the pillars of this renaissance"- stated Rector Lippiello in her address.
The First Prize for the best short film of the Competition went to Dcera - Daughter by Czech director Daria Kashcheeva. During the ceremony, the 'master of horror' Dario Argento was awarded with a Ca' Foscari Honorary Fellowship.
The Film Festival entirely conceived, organized and managed by a university is back for its 10th edition, becoming a widespread event in the city thanks to the participation of the most famous Venetian institutions and in compliance with anti-Covid regulations.
The event will take place from 11.00 a.m. at the Carlo Goldoni Theatre (San Marco 4650/B, Venice). All members of the Ca' Foscari community - students, faculty and administrative staff - are welcome to attend, upon online registration.
The annual Winter Party organized by the Counseling and Welcome Unit will start at 5:00 p.m. inside Ca' Foscari's main building.
From October 26 to 29, 2019, Ca’ Foscari University had the pleasure of presenting the 9th edition of its widely acclaimed Short Film Festival (SFF) in Baku.
On Wednesday September 25th Ca' Foscari will welcome the world renowned scholar of the history of knowledge for a lecture on the evolution of science in the Anthropocene.
Get ready to experience Venice like never before - on June 22nd, museums, foundations, galleries, bookshops and theatres will keep their doors open until the wee hours of the night, offering hundreds of free exhibitions, concerts and performances.
From May 27 to 31, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice will be home to a series of conferences and research initiatives to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ILO, the International Labour Organization.