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    Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò continues to act as a bridge between Italy and America by offereing a point of reference for the Italian Culture in New York. The institution, which is situated in the heart of the West Village, presents a wide array of cultural, musical, political, and artistic events. Have you ever gone to one of these events? Do you speak Italian and wish to know more about the Italian culture? Do you follow the live streams on Facebook? Casa Italiana is conducting a survey to know more. Please take 10 minutes of your time and respond to the questions.
  • Poster of the documentary
    On occasion of Black History Month 2017 as well as Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò’s "Primi al Cinema" film series, the documentary entitled “Blaxploitalian: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema” by Fred Kudjo Kuwornu makes it’s debut in New York City.
  • IAVANET - Works on Paper
    A video of some of the featured works that are currently on display
    Director of NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò Stefano Albertini welcomes the Italian-American Visual Artists’ Network, or IAVANET, for a three week long exhibition entitled “Lavori Su Carta.”
  • New York’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò hosted singer-songwriter and storyteller Peppe Voltarelli for an intriguing presentation of his new record project “Voltarelli canta Profazio.” The Calabrese singer rediscovers both his ethnic origins and the work of Otello Profazio, one of the most important folk singer-songwriters in southern Italy. Stefano Albertini, director of Casa Italiana, presented the event alongside with Joseph Sciorra, Director for Academic and Cultural Programs at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute (CUNY)
  • La Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò di New York ha ospitato il cantautore Peppe Voltarelli per una suggestiva presentazione del suo nuovo progetto discografico "Voltarelli canta Profazio" nel quale il cantante calabrese riscopre le sue origini etniche e l'opera musicale di Otello Profazio, uno dei più importanti cantautori folk del Sud Italia. L'evento è stato presentato da Stefano Albertini, direttore della Casa Italiana, in conversazione con Joseph Sciorra, Director for Academic and Cultural Programs al John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, (CUNY)
  • New York's favorite Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò closed the season of cultural events with a successful round table with the directors and actors of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema at Lincoln center. With the guidance of Stefano Albertini and Antonio Monda, Italian actors and directors discussed their films and what seems to be a great moment for Italian cinema.
  • The story of Naples at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, told by its first citizen, Luigi De Magistris. A metropolis filled with contradictions but rich in cultural contamination. And various are its similarities with New York...
  • An Italian Breakfast 'to Save' Madre Cabrini An Italian breakfast for Madre Cabrini with the reading of a passage from "I promessi Sposi" (The Betrothed), author Alessandro Manzoni, performed by Massimiliano Finazzer Flory. Purpose of the gathering was the announcement of a fundraising, organized by the International Patrons of Duomo di Milano, to support the Duomo's historical and cultural heritage. A crowdfunding with the aim of restoring the spire dedicated to Saint Frances Cabrini and with the intent of preserving the Cathedral for generations to come.

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