The Venetian Delegation of the National Culinary Academy in collaboration with the Marciana Library and the National Archive in Venice is proud to announce the opening of an exhibition focussed on the history of food trade between England and Venice from the Middel Ages through the 18th [...] Read more >  NOT ONLY SPICES. TRADE AND FOOD SUPPLY IN VENICE   The exhibition is on at San Giorgio Maggiore Island until January 8th, 2017 with 300 wonderful glassworks on display. Not to be missed!Paolo Venini's alchemy of Muranese top quality tradition and innovative design gave new life and energy to glass making in the period between the two world [...] Read more >  PAOLO VENINI AND HIS FURNACE   Shakespeare sets 13 of his 37 plays in Italy, an exotic  land of passion, violence and intrigue, and two of them, The Merchant of Venice and  Othello, a comedy and a tragedy, are partly taking place in Venice.   Shylock and Othello, the Jew of Venice  and the Moor of Venice, [...] Read more >  WANDERING IN SHAKESPEARE'S VENICE
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