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Exhibition in VeniceNews
24/04/2018

On the road to the new exhibition venue: Venice’s Pietà complex

We are busy preparing for the Venetian edition of the “Stories of Children” exhibition, which will be held in the well-known central location of the Istituto della Pietà, a place of refuge and the conservatory where Antonio Vivaldi taught from 1703 to 1740. The exhibition will open to the public…
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Exhibition in VeniceNews
13/02/2018

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF STORIES OF CHILDREN – CHILDREN AND ART. IMAGES, MESSAGES AND BEAUTY FOR GROWING WITH MUSEUM EDUCATION, PUBLISHING AND SCHOLASTIC LABORATORIES

On Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March, at the headquarters of the Stories of Children Exhibition, hosted by the Children’s Provincial Institute of Santa Maria della Pietà, an international conference shall be held, dedicated to the relationship between children and art, with free entry upon registration and until all places…
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Exhibition in VeniceNews
26/01/2018

IT’S CARNIVAL TIME!

Throughout the Venice Carnival period, the Stories of Children exhibition will offer a special programme with activities for children and adults alike. From 27th January to 13th February, the exhibition at the Children’s Provincial Institute of Santa Maria della Pietà shall be enriched with workshops on masks, animated readings and…
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Exhibition in VeniceNews
25/01/2018

TAKE PART IN A QUIZ AND WIN A TICKET TO THE CINEMA OR THEATRE

Do you know what the Stories conceived and illustrated by Letizia Galli have to do with the cinema of Federico Fellini, the music of George Gershwin and the drawings of the great Leonardo da Vinci? To find out, the Stories of Children exhibition awaits you in Venice, every day from…
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Exhibition in VeniceNews
22/12/2017

THE INAUGURATION IN VENICE WITH A CONCERT BY THE A.LI.VE. CHOIR

These are the voices of the choir A.LI.VE. - Accademia Lirica di Verona, which have welcomed the Stories of Children to Venice. With “Quanto Incanto” at the Church of Santa Maria della Pietà, in between the notes of Agata Smeralda and Vivaldi, Stories of Children is also narrated through music,…
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