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  • Buon lunedì a tutti! La nostra settimana social inizia da Casa Cavazzini e abbiamo scelto per voi “Ragazzo e natura morta”, un dipinto di Francesco Menzio, esponente di spicco del "Gruppo dei Sei di Torino". Che ne pensate?
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  • Oggi la città di Udine si accinge ad accogliere la 30° edizione del Giro Rosa che arriverà sul piazzale del Castello alle 15.20 (circa). Per questo i Musei del Castello oggi sono eccezionalmente chiusi al pubblico. Puoi invece visitare nei consueti orari di apertura (10-18): 🔸 Casa Cavazzini che, fino al 15 settembre, ospita anche la mostra 'Paolo Zanussi, dipinti e disegni' 🔸 il Museo Etnografico del Friuli dove, fino al 1^ settembre, potrai ammirare l'esposizione 'Valcellina Collection', una raccolta di opere di artisti di provenienza internazionale.
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  • #InscrittUdine Le sei grandi tele “libere” in bianco e nero di Michele Ugo Galliussi rimarranno esposte presso la Galleria “Tina Modotti” (ex Mercato del pesce) fino al 4 agosto. Orari di apertura: 👉 venerdì 16.30 - 19.30 👉 sabato 10.00 - 12.00 e 16.30 - 19.30 👉 domenica 16.30 - 19.30
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  • #BELLOSAPERLO "Lascio al Museo di Udine la mia raccolta di oggetti di scavo (vasi, terrecotte, ecc.) e la mia raccolta numismatica coi libri relativi". Con queste parole scritte nel suo testamento olografo, Augusto de Brandis lascia ai Civici Musei di Udine la sua importante collezione composta da oltre 400 pezzi in terracotta databili tra VII e il I secolo a.C., 6.000 monete greche e 8.000 monete romane. #MuseoArcheologico
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  • Domenica 14 luglio, a seguito del passaggio del “Giro Rosa” che si concluderà con il traguardo nel piazzale del Castello, i Musei del Castello rimarranno chiusi al pubblico. Il Museo Etnografico del Friuli e Casa Cavazzini saranno invece aperti con il consueto orario (10.00 - 18.00).
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