Burano Prize 1946 -1956
The origin of Scuola di Burano (school of painting) dates back to one century ago, when the island became a favorite holiday destination of both foreign and local painters who shared the same work environment and painting subjects.
The 'Scuola di Burano' was named in 1939 by Guido Piovene and, after World War II, four editions of the Prize that took its name from the island gave official recognition to the painting school.
The exhibition features exclusive paintings and graphic works awarded in the 4 editions of Burano Prize (1946,1951,1953,1956).
Admission to the exhibition with the museum ticket
Museum Opening Hours
from April 1st to October 10 am - 6 pm ( ticketoffice 10 am - 5:30)
from November 1st to March 31st 10 am - 5 pm ( ticketoffice 10 am - 4:30 pm)
Closed on Monday, December 25, January 1st, May 1st