Where will you be in a year’s time? What will you be doing? No ideas, no plans?
I would like to invite you to join me in a journey of discovery like no other:
Italy’s La Biennale di Venezia in October 2015.
You may already know that the Biennale is considered the most important and prestigious event on the international contemporary arts calendar, and the oldest and largest established biennale in the world.
You may also know that Australia has been consistently represented in the Biennale for more than 3 decades, through the financial support and management of the Australia Council for the Arts.
But these are not the only reasons why I created walk to art Venice in 2011.
For me, it is important to travel and view art on an international level. It’s exciting to view new spaces, art in different spaces and art that is contributing to our environment politically, socially and culturally.
- Eat, drink and walk your way through Venice.
- Visit Australia’s new pavilion at the Biennale in 2015.
- Explore the pavilions in the Giardini and Arsenale and, most importantly,
the art scattered throughout Venice. These exhibits are in various locations hidden in opulent Venetian buildings.
You will receive a “pack” that includes the meeting spots and destinations for each day (these are never revealed upfront). Your guide, Bernadette Alibrando, will also take you to quirky bars and local eateries, plus areas around Venice.
For further details, please contact walk to art.