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Biennale Carnevale 2021

12th International Kids’ Carnival

The 12th International Kids’ Carnival of La Biennale di Venezia moves online, from Saturday February 6th to Sunday February 14th 2021, offering a rich programme of free educational activities.

Biennale Carnevale 2021 

Reservations will be required (promozione@labiennale.org) for all the activities of the Biennale Carnevale 2021. The online programme will be divided, as always, into days dedicated to the schools (from Monday through Friday) and weekends (Saturday) for families and adults.

The International Kids’ Carnival 2021 takes place as scheduled, and offers a highly varied programme on the website and on the virtual platforms, featuring dance, music, games and stories inspired by the history of La Biennale and its exhibition venues (Giardini and Arsenale), artistic activities revolving around the sketches of costume and set designs from the Historical Archives of Contemporary Arts – ASAC, science lectures organized in collaboration with the CNR – ISMAR (CNR National Research Council – Institute of Marine Sciences).

The section titled The Magnificents is back again, with 5 high schools involved in the development of the online workshops. Among them, 172 creative young students will organize workshop activities defined by an interdisciplinary approach aimed at orienting student interests.

A special acknowledgment will be awarded to the schools that, in this moment of great difficulty, will present projects for the Silver Lion for Creativity Competition for pre-school, primary and lower and upper secondary schools, projects the aim of which is to develop creativity in schools, applied to the arts.

The International Kids’ Carnival is a project by La Biennale di Venezia which since 2010 has been organized for children and schools with their teachers and families, stimulating young people’s creativity and participation and maintaining a constant, direct, practical and active dialogue with the participants.