2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Federico Fellini, one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers of all time. A larger-than-life maestro who created an inimitable cinematic style combining surreal carnival with incisive social critique. Our celebration of his genius includes this musical tribute by one of the greatest pianist...

January 15 – February 15, 2020. Opening reception: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:00pm-8:00pm. Please RSVP. IIC New York - 686 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065. GIANNI BERENGO GARDIN ● CLAUDIA CORRENT ● RENATO D’AGOSTIN ● FULVIO ROITER. A photographic homage to Venice. This exhibition is inspired by the sense of urgency to support artistic heritage cons...

The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, the Costantino Nivola Foundation, and the Italian Cultural Institute of New York present Nivola in New York I Figure in Field, an exhibition of the work of Italian sculptor Costantino Nivola (1911-1988), known for his large-scale bas-reliefs, murals, and free-standing sculptural installations created in c...

When: Friday, January 10, 2020 From 7:00 pm To 9:30 pm - Where: Americas Society 680 Park Avenue, NYC - Organized by: Americas Society In collaboration with : ICI - Entrance : Free For the Music of the Americas Concert Series - featuring music and musicians from the Western Hemisphere, including Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada - the Americ...

The Archaeological Institute of America - NY Society presents “Seeing is Believing: Communal Religion at the Etruscan Sanctuary of Poggio Colla” A lecture by Dr. Gretchen Meyers, Associate Professor of Classics, Franklin & Marshall College. This lecture examines the archaeological remains from Poggio Colla to reconstruct a community shaped by its g...

Join us for an evening celebrating the publication of the second edition of the Segal Center’s IPP Italian Playwrights Project with a reading of Event Horizon by Elisa Casseri. The Segal Center collaborated again with Valeria Orani and Umanism NY (https://www.umanism.com/) to publish a volume with some of the innovative and engaging playwrights fro...

A little more than a year ago the Department of Education of New York started diversifying the multilingual offering in NYC Public Schools. Thanks for InItaliano's activism, Italian language was added to the DL choices of Manhattan public schools. This expansion continues and this year a second Italian teacher has been added to the pool of teachers...

Wednesday, December 11, 2019. 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST. Italian Cultural Institute, 686 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10021. Join us for an informative event about the state of the art of Italian Dual Language programs in NYC's Public Schools with teachers, principals, bilingualism experts, representatives of the DOE and published author Fabrice Jaumont f...

A screening of Bussotti’s film Rara (New York premiere), followed by a selection of the artist’s musical miniatures. After an introduction by Luciano Chessa, Bussotti’s silent film Rara (1967-69) will be screened in a restored version. Experimental and without deliberate narrative, the work gathers ‘filmed portraits’ of the 1960s Italian avant-gard...

This week, Nov 18-24, marks the fourth anniversary of the World Week of Italian Cuisine. Countries across the world will celebrate with dinners, panel discussions, and other activities that pay homage to the innovation, technology and tradition of Italian gastronomy. In New York, five events will take place across the boroughs, from a book launch b...