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  • The prolific Italian writer Dacia Maraini with NYU professor Jane Tylus.
    Iconic Italian writer Dacia Maraini was recently interviewed by Jane Tylus at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York. Read on to gain insight into the mind of the popular author who has written award winning pieces continuously throughout the last five decades. Here are some excerpts from the conversation.
  • Art & Culture
    Tommaso Cartia(February 23, 2017)
    The international road-show promoting Festival Verdi, an event that every year celebrates the Italian Opera genius, stopped in New York, at the ENIT - Italian Government Tourist Board headquarter on Park Avenue. A set of exceptional personalities presented the event, such as Anna Maria Meo – General Manager of Teatro Regio in Parma and Stefano Bonaccini – President of Emila-Romagna region.
  • For the upcoming March 2 initiative aimed at promoting an important sector of Italian creativity, the Italian Cultural Institutes of New York and Los Angeles are hosting world-famous architects to mark the occasion.
  • Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(February 16, 2017)
    Paola Antonelli and Maria Popova recently met up at the Italian Cultural Institute as part of their new series of events in honor of the incredible Italian writer, Italo Calvino.
  • Art & Culture
    Life & People
    Kayla Pantano(January 19, 2017)
    At the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, Gianandrea Noseda, an Italian conductor currently in the pit at the Met, and music historian, Harvey Sachs, spoke about the changes opera has experienced over the years and possible solutions for its success in the future.
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day is on Friday January 27th
    The Primo Levi Center is collaborating with the most influential Italian-American institutions in New York City to pay tribute to those who tragically lost their lives during the Holocaust and to use this time for reflection.
  • Take a look at what's in store for the new year!
    We reached out to the heads of different Italian and Italian-American institutions in and around New York to find out what major events they have planned for the upcoming year. Here’s what they responded...
  • Guido Cagnacci's masterpiece "The Repentant Magdalene"
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(December 21, 2016)
    A chance to learn more about Guido Cagnacci, a little-known painter who also happens to be one of Italy’s most eccentric personalities.
  • "Dying Cleopatra"on view at the Italian Cultural Institute
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(December 05, 2016)
    The masterpiece entitled "Dying Cleopatra" made by the Italian Baroque artist Guido Cagnacci will be on view at the Italian Cultural Institute until January 19th.
  • "Dying Cleopatra" by Guido Cagnacci on display at the Italian Cultural Institute
    A truly unique masterpiece by one of Italy’s most underrated and eccentric painters will be on display at the Italian Cultural Institute from December 2nd until January 19th, 2017.

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