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  • Kairos Italy Theater, Casa Italiana's theater company in residence, and a leading group in the making of bilingual theater in New York City, has undergone the mission to bring Dino Buzzati's work to the United States. It organized a successful evening of literature, theater and cinema @ Casa and introduced theater performances to be held at the Cherry Lane Theater next week (weather permitting).
  • The international art contest, in collaboration with the Fondazione Cesare Pavese, ended its program in New York at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò where it presented the works of winners of its Film and Literature categories and a conference on Translation featuring author Giorgio Faletti and the translator of his work Antony Shugaar.
  • The first career fair for Italian majors was just held at NYU's Wasserman Center for Career Development. The event was organized by Salvatore Peter Ambrosino, major in Italian Studies, with the collaboration of Casa Italiana's Director Stefano Albertini, of Claudio Bozzo of the Italy America Chamber of Commerce and of Trudy Steinfeld of the Wasserman Center.
  • An interesting panel attended by many Italian and American distinguished speakers. Among them were Former U.S. Ambassador to Italy Ronald Spogli, President and CEO of Italian Business and Innovation Initiative Fernando Napolitano, Italian journalist Maurizio Molinari and Gianluca Galletto, Co-Founder of PINYC - Professionisti Italiani a New York (Italian Professionals in New York). Stefano Albertini, Director of Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, moderated the discussion.
  • On February 6th at 6:30 PM, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò invites you to see an exhibition too daring for the eyes of the Italians. It will be on view until February 28th. See for yourself the images the photographer thinks that us New Yorkers are ready for. Read our interview with the photographer and creator of ROMA AMOR, Mino La Franca.

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