On episode #6 of Venice Talks I had the pleasure to talk to Jelena Vesic, store manager and SMM for Bottega Cini in Venice.

Bottega Cini is a new Concept Store, a point of dialogue between culture and companies, not just Venetian. It aims to create a new type of Museum Shop, a Renaissance shop reinterpreted in a contemporary key. In its commercial space it combines the Venetian perfumery art of The Merchant of Venice with other excellences of the territory, such as the Impiraressa Marisa Convento, NasonMoretti, Ercole Moretti glassworks, Marsilio and Lineadacqua publishing houses, the ancient Toscolano 1381 paper mill, the sculptures by Giancarlo Franco Tramontin, the forcole by Saverio Pastor, the serigraphs by Gianpaolo Fallani, the Geminiano Cozzi 1765 porcelains and other artisan and artistic realities that are gradually being added.

Dive into the heart of Venice’s artisanal charm with our latest podcast episode, as we unveil the secrets of Bottega Cini—a new haven dedicated to the exquisite world of ‘Made in Venice.’  Immerse yourself in the craftsmanship, heritage, and unique creations that define this innovative concept store. From traditional Murano glass to locally crafted fashion, we explore the curated treasures that make Venice’s artistic soul come alive. Ready to embark on a journey of discovery? Tune in to our podcast now and let the tales of Bottega Cini captivate your senses!

We talked about all of that and also what is like to be an expat in Venice.

You can find Jelena at Bottega Cini in Dorsoduro and  on all social medias as BottegaCini.

I hope you will enjoy our chat!

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