Extended exhibitions "Deportees" and "light on"

A few more days for those who have not yet visited the exhibits at project galleries and the ethnographic museum.

DEPORTED. The deportation policy from Friuli (1943-45)

Photo-documentary exhibition created by CDC in partnership with the civic museums of Udine, ANED and Friulian Institute for the history of the liberation movement, then provided with open until April 24 to allow a few more days to those who have not yet had the opportunity to admire it.
"Deported" is a journey of remembrance that relives the experiences of Nazi concentration camps by opponents to the fascist regime. A path to tell how from Friuli, through imprisonment and torture and suffering untold, there were deported and, in many cases, tragic deaths.


Project galleries, Palazzo Morpurgo, via Savorgnana, 1211
Hours: Friday from 16 to 19; Saturday and Sunday (Easter Monday) hours 10.30-12.30/16.00 – 19.00
Guided tours for schools and groups curated by A.N.P.I. and IFSML (reservation phone 0432 – 504813 from 9.00 to 12.00)
Until April 24, 2016

IN LIGHT. History, art and lighting symbology

Instead, the exhibition will continue until May 29, 2016 "In light. History, art and symbols of enlightenment, "going to the ethnographic museum.
The exhibition creates a path of study and knowledge around the subject of history of lighting between yesterday and today, offering incentives and opportunities to approach to a topic that ranges between science, history and technique, passing through the social history and urban life, literature, art and advertising.

In Light. History, art and symbols of enlightenment.
Ethnographic museum, Palazzo Giacomelli, via Grazzano 1.
Orrai: Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30 to 17.00
Until May 28, 2016