Candlelight Special: the Great Christimas Classics On the occasion of Christmas it will be possible to attend a musical and multi-sensorial event in the Salone San Giovanni with the charm...
The building complex, the art and the architectural and decorative works over the centuries
Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista of Venice
This is a monumental complex with noteworthy examples of Gothic, Renaissance and Venetian Baroque art and architecture by Codussi, Lombardo, Massari, Morlaiter, Palma Giovane, Tintoretto and Longhi. The Scuola has been the home of the lay brotherhood of the same name for more than seven centuries, and a museum open to the public hosting events, conferences, concerts, exhibitions, weddings and gala evenings.
A unique location for your events
Apart from being a prestigious museum in the city centre, the Scuola is also an evocative place for hosting different kinds of events in Venice. The rooms are the ideal setting for planning unforgettable events: meetings, conferences, concerts, gala evenings, prize-givings, weddings and art exhibitions. Every event presented is exclusive and made to measure to meet every specific need.
Guided visit to the Museum
Guided visits to the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista Museum are available during the year. This is a chance to study the historic events, artistic details and architectural peculiarities of the museum complex. Still the home of the lay brotherhood founded in 1261, the Scuola Grande building extends over two floors and embraces various architectural styles, from Gothic and Renaissance to Baroque.
Latest Past Events
Candlelight: a tribute to Queen Once again it will be possible to attend a musical and multi-sensorial event in the Salone San Giovanni with the charm of candlelight and the...
Candlelight: Ennio Morricone and soundtracks Once again it will be possible to attend a musical and multi-sensorial event in the Salone San Giovanni with the charm of candlelight and the extraordinary...
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