Venice is once again uniquely at the forefront in responding to global change. The convergence of our pandemic, its attendant economic transformation, and the rapidly advancing change in our climate is propelling Venice to reinvent itself. This is a time of great uncertainty, opportunity, and excitement for La Serenissima.
We are thrilled to invite you to the first event in our new webinar series “Venice Rising.” Organized by Casa Muraro, Columbia’s Center for Venetian Studies, “Venice Rising” will offer a series of online lectures, interviews, and workshops on Venice’s transformations, past, present and future. Participants will join us from around the world and from across various disciplines.
David Rosand Associate Professor of Italian Renaissance Art History, Columbia University
’04GSAS; the Aud Jebsen Curator of Sixteenth-Century Italian Paintings at the National Gallery in London
’17GSAS, ’18GSAS; Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University; 2020–23 Paul Mellon Fellow, CASVA
The conversation will focus on the exhibition Titian: Love Desire Death, the first reunion of Titian’s famed poesie paintings in 400 years. Currently on view at the National Gallery in London, the exhibition will travel across the Atlantic to Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 2021.
Sponsors: Columbia’s Casa Muraro (Venice); Department of Art History and Archaeology; Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America
See details about the second, third, fourth, and fifth events in the series.