A place of discovery, growth and inclusion: at the Gallerie d’Italia – Palazzo Leoni Montanari in Vicenza,
children, students, visitors of any age and culture can find a space that is always open and full of experiences.
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Online you will find our learning resources for the primary school project In viaggio con Pietro Longhi (Traveling with Pietro Longhi).
Nursery, primary and secondary school classes can choose from a wide range of creative itineraries and workshops dedicated to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. The Baroque palazzo, a treasure trove of images and stories, becomes the ideal place to encounter different figurative traditions: from Attic and Magna Graecia pottery to Russian icons, from modern art to the multiple visual languages of the present day.
Palazzo Leoni Montanari also features a permanent area devoted to creativity, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, allowing students to experiment with a variety of artistic techniques for a more intensive and engaging experience.
Admission to the museum and participation in our activities are free, but it is necessary to make a reservation at the toll-free number 800.578875 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gallerie d’Italia – Palazzo Leoni Montanari and Fondazione Querini Stampalia have launched In viaggio con Pietro Longhi (Traveling with Pietro Longhi), a special project for primary schools, with video materials and educational visits to the two museums to be set up as soon as the public health situation will permit it.
The guiding thread behind the project is the celebrated 18th-century Venetian artist Pietro Longhi, whose works – a journey back in time to the Venice of his day through portraits depicting the nobility and local people – are among the masterpieces from art collections on display at the two museums.
Two paintings have been chosen to weave a singularly fascinating story for primary school-age children: the elephant that arrived in Venice in 1774, part of the Vicenza collection, and its connections to a mysterious lady, whose face – hidden by a mask in the Vicenza painting – is revealed in a canvas from Palazzo Querini Stampalia’s art collection.
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The first part of the project is designed to be taught remotely, with video materials and a creative tutorial (available on request from the museum’s educational departments); the second part involves a guided tour enabling children to see the masterworks “in real life”, as soon as it will be allowed.
The videos and teaching resources can be requested free of charge from
In the same way, it will be possible to book a free guided tour for schools, as soon as the public health situation will permit it.
The project is part of a partnership between Intesa Sanpaolo and Fondazione Querini Stampalia, which has hosted the Bank’s artworks from the Cassa di Risparmio di Venezia collections at its premises since November 2018, and is curated by Gallerie d’Italia – Palazzo Leoni Montanari and Fondazione Querini Stampalia’s educational departments.
Video materials were produced by Zenit Arti Audiovisive.