Tropical vibes all around for this summer, and there’s no doubt everyone will be pleased. Bright colors, tropical animals, and wild vegetation are the undisputed protagonists of this period, providing the right amount of cheerfulness to live the most enjoyable season of the year to its fullest.
Yes, it’s coming again. Another year has passed, and here we are, ready to let the magic of Christmas fill our souls and hearts. Because let’s be honest, everyone loves Christmas, right? Its lights, its colors, and the general sense of love and happiness that is able to warm up even the coldest of hearts. And while Christmas trees and all sorts of decorations are already filling up every corner of our houses - we also couldn’t help but think about fashion.
4800 miles of Italian coastline and with more than 800 islands is very much involved in tackling the impact that climate change. Two important eco-friendly events are scheduled for next week, and both of them are organized by Marevivo and UniVerde Foundation
The event kicked off at the Italian Institute of Culture announced by an official proclamation by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who underscored the importance of the contribution Magna Grecia gave to the development of Western civilization and culture.
Martedì, 3 maggio 2016: la malinconia di un rigido pomeriggio di pioggia è stata scacciata dall’atmosfera piena di curiosità e briosa che si respirava al civico 690 di Park Avenue, sede del consolato generale d’Italia, in occasione della prima visita ufficiale di Armando Varricchio a New York: il nuovo ambasciatore italiano negli Stati Uniti.
Tuesday, May 3rd 2016: the melancholy of a rainy afternoon was driven away by the cheerful atmosphere that prevailed at 690 Park Avenue, location of the Italian consulate, where the Italian community assembled to meet the new Italian Ambassador on his first official visit to New York.
La Strada by Fellini: a screening and conversation. A (not so) ordinary Monday afternoon at casa Zerilli-Marimò in company of good Italian cinema, culture and the presence of two important guests: Valerio Magrelli and Antonio Monda.
Since 1937, the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano has been involved with a great sense of responsibility in the activity of preservation and valorization of the Duomo of Milan, one of the biggest gothic cathedrals in Italy and Europe, a symbol of the Lombard county seat.
On July 14th Natalia Ginzburg would have turned 100 (she was born in Palermo on July 14, 1916 and died in Rome on October 7, 1991). The Italian Cultural Institute of New York celebrated with a debate and a reading of her writings by renown actor/director Nanni Moretti.