The Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage makes the knowledge and competences of professors and researchers on the territory.
It collaborates with several private and public bodies to organize artistic and cultural events of interest locally and internationally and disseminate the research results through publications and public presentations.
Art Night Venice, created by the Ca 'Foscari University in close collaboration and partnership with the City of Venice and the Department of Commerce and Urban Quality, has long entered into the official calendar of European Art Nights.
Cultural mediators are university students that are enthusiasts of contemporary art, enrolled in a three-year or master's degree course in the historical and artistic field at Ca' Foscari, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice or at another Italian university. They are selected by announcement of selection for internship.
Cultural mediators are present in some of the most important exhibitions of contemporary art in the area. They are not guides, they do not illustrate the path but they answer to the visitors' questions.
Together with them, it turns out that the work of art questioned with intelligent questions responds in a timely fashion.
The Centre is a non-commercial autonomous organization.
In collaboration with the Research Centre on Russian Art the centre organized cultural events for 2017 involving Russian and Italian experts for operational management of research and art.
Coordinator: Silvia Burini
Marine pollution is due not only to traditional waste such as plastic bottles, fishing nets and car tires, but also to micro-waste, which includes micro-granules from toothpaste, micro-dusts from cosmetics, tiny fragments of plastic objects, textile microfibers and so on. This almost invisible waste, smaller than 0,3 mm, can end up in the food chain. For the project, researchers from Ca’ Foscari collaborated with 15 partners as well as with Goletta Verde.
The department collaborates with the Polo Museale to facilitate and promote research and dissemination of Medieval bestiaries and the representation of animal kingdom in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. To this end symposia and specific intervention in the region on these themes are organized.
Coordinator: Stefano Riccioni
This collaboration aims at exploring themes related to intergenerational learning and healthy aging through the promotion of shared initiatives such as seminars, symposia and workshops.
Coordinator: Fiorino Tessaro
With the support of this organization, the department promotes research activities in cultural heritage, preservation and restoration.
Coordinator: Giulio Pojana