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  • Images regarding arts, science, architecture, and other Italian excellencies were presented at the Calandra Institute to celebrate the Italian Heritage. Joseph Sciame opened the event introducing John De Santis, who created them, and Consul General Natalia Quintavalle.
  • Facts & Stories
    (December 05, 2012)
    At the starting line is the i-Italy|NY network, a magazine and television show dedicated to Italian New York. Presented last Friday at the Consulate General of Italy in New York, i-Italy|NY is a dual publishing initiative inspired by Italy and dedicated to the U.S. marketplace, specifically New York City. i-Italy | NY includes a monthly magazine and a weekly television program about everything Itali an in New York.
  • Italian Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella, shares his thoughts with i-Italy on the role of the Italian Trade Commission in the Saratoga Wine & Food and Fall Ferrari Festival. "This has been the meeting point for a great number of people who are attracted by the chance to taste a great selection of Italian wines and food specialties that already are available on the American market. . It is a practical way to deepen the general knowledge of a product that gets distributors, importers and consumers going. This is what the Italian Trade Commission does: not only do we educate, we also promote authentic Italian products."
  • 2013 is The Year of Italian Culture in the United States
    At a press conference for reporters in New York City and at a gala to benefit the Scuola d’Italia Guglielmo Marconi, Italian Ambassador to the U.S. Claudio Bisogniero declared 2013 to be the year of Italian culture in the United States.
  • Amerigo Vespucci's voyage to America has been commemorated at St. John's University in a special event organized, among the others, by the Delegates of the Fiorentini nel Mondo, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, the John D. Calandra Italian/American Institute and the Italian Consulate of Italy in New York