Who we are and what we do

All the exhibitions we organise share the same love of art and culture. We work day after day to offer you unique cultural experiences. There are just three of us, and we all share the same fixation: to feed the desire for knowledge and stimulate a sense of wonder.

Palazzo Roverella is an exhibition venue, owned by the Rovigo Town Council, whose management has been entrusted to Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo.

The Foundation has taken on a twofold commitment: to schedule and organise exhibitions, and to promote the Pinacoteca dell’Accademia dei Concordi e del Seminario Vescovile di Rovigo.

All the exhibitions we organise share the same love of art and culture. We work day after day to offer you unique cultural experiences.

Our fixation? To feed the desire for knowledge and stimulate a sense of wonder.

The role of the Foundation

Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo is a non-profit organisation that promotes social and economic development in the provinces of Padua and Rovigo.

Inspired by the vision of a supportive, innovation-driven community, the Foundation supports the activities and initiatives of public institutions and non-profit organisations, while also developing projects first hand, with a view to producing a tangible change in line with the needs of the territories in which it operates. Its projects cover a variety of fields: scientific research, education, art and culture, sport, health and the environment, care and protection of vulnerable groups.

The Foundation undertakes to promote beauty and improve the universal quality of life, also in smaller cities and towns, through art and culture. To this end, it endorses exhibitions, concerts, shows and meetings with intellectuals and artists, also with a view to promoting cultural tourism. It also supports the creative work of young talents and cultural businesses.

Finally, it renovates and enhances historical buildings and monuments, such as theatres, museums and churches, restoring them to the city and to those who live, visit, and love Rovigo.

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We invent something special (almost) every day.