The cost includes flights, accommodation (with breakfast) and airport transfers in Italy.
A unique opportunity to visit the Venice Biennale 2017. In November, we will visit all of the international exhibition pavilions in the 57th Venice Art Biennale, including work by established artists such as Rachel Maclean, Phyllida Barlow, Anne Imhof, Egill Sæbjörnsson and Nathaniel Mellors.
The trip will also include visits to exhibitions by Damien Hirst, Shezad Dawood, Larry Achiampong and Laurence Lek amongst others at the Diaspora Pavilion, HyperPavilion Palazzina Canonica, Fortuny Factory and Palazzo Grassi. In addition to exhibition and pavilion visits, we are planning possible artist and curatorial talks.
Not to be missed!
- It is your responsibility to arrange a visa if this is necessary. If you are an international student you may need to organise a 'Schengen Visa' for study trips to Europe. If this is the case please contact the Gateway Service on your campus in the first instance for advice about how to apply for the Schengen visa.
- If you are eligible for a European Health Insurance Card then you will need to apply for one in advance of an overseas trip. Some insurers now insist that you hold and EHIC (EHIC - provides state medical treatment in the event of an illness or accident abroad). www.ehic.org.uk
- You will be required to submit a copy of your passport and visas to the Campus Registry Office at least 14 days in advance of the trip.
- Under 18
- If you are under 18 your parent or guardian will need to complete the consent form. Please contact the Campus Registry Office.
- Additional Support
- If you have a disability and require any adjustments to your trip, please let your learning support manager know as early as possible (based in the Gateway on campus). If you do not do this, we may not be able to put these adjustments in place.