DoorScape – Public Program

May 25, 2023 – November 26, 2023

On the occasion of DoorScape ⎢The Space beyond the Threshold the Fondazione Querini Stampalia and OIKOS Venezia are proposing an articulated programme of talks, creative workshops for families and schools, entrances and special visits, to bring the world of architecture closer to the public and reflect on the space of the entrance.

Talks with the contest’s jury members: ‘Parliamone’

June, 8, 6 p.m.
Dialogue with Donatella Calabi, city historian
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July, 13, 6 p.m.
Dialogue with Alessandra Chemollo, photographer
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September, 14, 6 p.m.
Dialogue with Emanuele Coccia, philosopher
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October (TBD)
Dialogue with Eugenia Morpurgo, researching designer
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November, 9, 6 p.m.
Dialogue with Luciano Giubbilei, garden and landscape designer
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November, 26, 6 p.m.
Dialogue with Davide Angeli, deputy managing director AMDL CIRCLE, e Setion Branko e Arlinda Lalaj (Branko Office for Architecture), winners of DoorScape context
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Workshop for children: There is door and door. Inside, outside and the space in between

Wednesday 5 July, 10 a.m.

Friday 15 September, 4 p.m. on the occasion of “Venice City of Children”

Sunday 8 October, 4 p.m. on the occasion of “F@Mu – Families at the Museum”

Free activity, in Italian language, for children (recommended age from 7 to 11). Reservation required, subject to availability, to: (T. 041 2711484).

Creative workshop for schools: Go and open the door. Explorations in the space beyond the door

Dates to be defined

Free activity, in Italian language, for primary school for the school year 2023/2024
Booking compulsory while places last at: (T. 041 2711484).


Guided tour, every Thursday, 4 pm: Discovering the exhibition accompanied by cultural mediators
The themed tour is included in the Foundation’s admission ticket.
Reservation is not required.


Comunicazione di servizio

Mercoledì 1 maggio le Collezioni sono aperte ai visitatori; è chiusa la Biblioteca.

Service communication

Thursday, April 25, and Wednesday, May 1, the Collections are open to visitors; the Library is closed.