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Aroop – Issue on Failure

WahV contributed to Aroop magazine's volume on Failure with an essay entitled “The Venice Paradox". The review's fourth volume of 2020 also included contributions from acclaimed writers Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee, Vivek Narayanan and Sumana Roy. It was guest-edited by Ananya…

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BACK SOON (but better)

“Back soon (but better)” is a call for citizens to express their ideas, desires and reflections on the city post-coronavirus. From May 2020, We are here Venice uses its cruise ship poster campaign to put up posters that have been…

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Whose City Is It Anyway?

Following our 2019 publication How Was It For You?, We are here Venice is publishing Whose City Is It Anyway?  - a comprehensive summary of Venice's relationship with tourism, along with specific policy recommendations for how this relationship might be improved. Following lockdown…

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Venice Exploratorium

Image by Annie Drew. In collaboration with Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam and Professor Caroline Nevejan (Chief Scientific Officer of Amsterdam), WahV is co-curating the Exploratorium - a multi-disciplinary outreach programme which was due to run parallel to the Dutch Pavilion…

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Pellestrina Appeal

We are here Venice is collaborating with Palazzo Polignac to raise funds for the community of Pellestrina. Palazzo Polignac, which hosts cultural and musical events, held a fundraising concert on the 8th of December. You can help the people of…

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International symposia and conferences

"Sea Change" Conference in Blackpool, UK Laura Onofri, environmental economist, presented the paper "Venice helps save the World" in collaboration with We are here Venice about the potential of the lagoon ecosystem as a carbonsink — at the "Sea Change"…

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