First Look provides school groups with an opportunity to visit the museum while it is closed to the regular public, thus enjoying a special visit and guided tour.
Starting at 9am, the museum welcomes school groups with a private visit for a close observation of the masterpieces of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Guided tours are conducted by students of the Ca’ Foscari University who specialize in the history of 20th-century art and are trained to lead school visits.
- Visits are in Italian only, free, for a maximum of 20 people per group.
- Groups are required to purchase the entrance tickets.
- One chaperone for every 15 participants enters for free.
First Look training course
Every year the museum offers a free training course to ten students enrolled at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice. Lessons explore topics on the history of modern and contemporary art, the art of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and the methodology of conducting guided tours. The training course will give students the opportunity to carry out educational activities at the museum and receive school credits.
N.B. Registration for the current course are closed.