Tuesday, November 21
The visit is reserved to the students enrolled in:
F1701 History of Venice
F1704 Art and Architecture in Renaissance Venice
F1705 The Imaginary City
F1707 Intercultural Communication
F1714 Globalization, Ethics Welfare and Human Rights
F1722 How to Begin Thinking
Due to the high number of participants, they will be divided in three groups as follow:
10 am: F1704
11 am: F1705 F1722 F1714
12 pm: F1707 e F1701
The detailed lists with the names of the students belonging to each slot will be distributed via Moodle.
Meeting point is in front of the museum 10 minutes before the time of entrance.
The visit consists on a guided tour to 3 synagogues and the entrance to the Jewish Museum.
Some information about the museum:
The Jewish Museum of Venice is situated in the Campo of the Ghetto Novo, between the two most ancient Venetian synagogues. It is a little but very rich museum founded in 1953 by the Jewish Community of Venice.
The precious objects shown to public, are important examples of goldsmith and textile manufacture made between the 16th and the 19th centuries.
The museum is built in two areas, the first one devoted to the cycle of Jewish festivities and to objects used for liturgy, the latter- planned with a greater educational approach- deals with the history of Venetian Jews through images and objects.