Embrace the opportunity to participate in the didactic and creative workshops of the first exhibition of “Stories of Children”. An educational offering that represents the perfect balance between knowing and knowing how, through artistic and educational-play activities. Theory supports the game!

Activities for schools

The “Stories of Children” activities for schools are held in collaboration with various experts from Italian cultural institutions and associations.

read more >

Activities for families

Throughout the exhibition, activities are planned to involve families, groups, adults and children.

read more >


Conferences organised by the Stories of Children Association.


Vittorio Cosma and the song “Agata Smeralda”. An interpretation by the Voci Bianche A.LI.VE. choir. The soundtrack of the exhibition.

read more >


The “Stories of Children Show”, a performance taking place at the Stories of Children exhibition, written by Letizia Galli, presenting a number of episodes focusing on the characters of the exhibition.

read more >


Stories of Children also offers the opportunity to take part in a series of showings entitled “Stories of Children Cinema” at the Exhibition venue. Some of the most famous films about orphans will be screened, such as “The Kid”, “David Copperfield”, “La Strada”, and more.

read more >

Thematic tours

Great artists and places of mercy. These are thematic tours that the “Stories of Children” exhibition dedicates to the city of Venice and its visitors. Unique pathways to rediscover the city and its beauties.

read more >

Cultural Journey

The cultural journey VI.VE. – Vivaldi Venezia, in honour of the long-lasting and fruitful association between Pietà and the well-known Venetian composer, including a visit to the Church and the Museum.

read more >


In collaboration with the Directorate of Libraries in the City of Venice, readings will be offered within the Didactic Space of the Exhibition and also at the “Lorenzo Bettini” Pedagogical Library (Venezia Castello) and Vez Junior in Mestre.

For information and reservations:
STORIES OF CHILDREN – Association for Social Promotion
Tel. +39 371 1105284