#NEXT
EVENTS
9th-13rd
September
AtWork, creative workshop led by Simon Njami for 25 refugees and asylum seekers from the Italian national network of integration projects (SIPROIMI). The workshop is organised by Moleskine Foundation as part of a global itinerant project that this year has the theme ‘Where is South?’ The participants will create personalised Moleskine notebooks that will then be displayed in Palazzo Querini.

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16th
September
6pm
Palazzo Querini
Venice

Inauguration of "Where is South?", Exhibition of notebooks made by participants of the AtWork Venice workshop organized by the Moleskine Foundation.
22nd
November
Talk with Prof. Helen Storey, designer, lecturer and creator of the project Dress For Our Time.
#PAST
EVENTS
29th
June
Guided tour with the curators of the exhibition Francesca Giubilei and Luca Berta. Registration is mandatory, please write to sostenitori@unhcr.it
22nd
June
7.00 PM
Palazzo Querini
Calle Lunga San Barnaba
Dorsoduro 2691

Screening of the 2015 documentary Torn produced by UNHCR and Alessandro Gassmann as part of Venice Art Night; the event is also part of the official calendar of events for World Refugee Day 2019.
15th
June
Guided tour with the curators of the exhibition Francesca Giubilei and Luca Berta. Registration is mandatory, please write to sostenitori@unhcr.it
23rd
May
End of art residency programme.
22nd
May
Aula Mario Baratto
Università Ca’ Foscari
Dorsoduro 3246

Waterlines incontra Rothko in Lampedusa, public event with the resident artists Waterlines coordinator for Ca’ Foscari Cristina Fossaluzza, UNHCR spokesperson for Southern Europe Carlotta Sami, writer Helena Janeczek, composer Martin Daske and art historian Michele Nicolaci.
09th
May
Installation-performance Dress For Our Time with model Bianca Balti and subsequent public display on the island of San Servolo.
12th
May
Palazzo Rossini
San Marco 4013

ARTconnects, creative workshop led by Salma Zulfiqar on the theme of the Global Compact on Refugees.
10th
May
Palazzo Querini
Calle Lunga San Barnaba
Dorsoduro 2691

Inauguration of Rothko in Lampedusa (by invitation only).
09th
May
Palazzo Querini
Calle Lunga San Barnaba
Dorsoduro 2691

Routes of Peace, group artwork with the resident artists led by British artist and activist Salma Zulfiqar.
03rd
May
Associazione Stampa Estera,
Via dell’Umiltà 83/c
Rome


Press conference to present the project.
28th
April
Majid Adin, Rasha Deeb, Mohamed Keita, Bnar Sardar Sidiq and Hassan Yare arrive in Venice for start of art residency programme
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