Contributors to the exhibition include the Ministry of Culture – Veneto Regional Museums Department (and in particular the and the National Archaeological Museum of Venice), the Civic Museum of Bassano del Grappa, the Museum of the Great Rivers of Rovigo, the Museum of Archaeologic sciences and Art and the University Museums Centre of the University of Padua.
The exhibition includes specially produced audio, video - also in Italian sign language - and tactile aids (from a replica of an ancient vase to a precious tactile book designed and made by Elisa Lodolo). Thanks to the use of the most innovative 3D scanning technologies, twenty pottery moulds have been reproduced in collaboration with Prossimi Impresa Sociale and used in a display on a site-specific 3D tactile aid designed by architect Michele Franzina.
Intesa Sanpaolo's collection of Attic and Magna Graecia pottery consists of over 500 artefacts, produced between the 6th and 3rd centuries BC, from Ruvo di Puglia and is now on public display in its entirety at the Gallerie d’Italia museum in Naples (see Attic and Magna Graecia pottery). The Vicenza museum, where the collection was previously stored, remains the site of this major enhancement programme focusing on small groups of pottery.