During his visit to Washington to attend the NATO Foreign Affairs Ministerial on the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty establishing the Alliance on April 4, 1949, Minister Moavero Milanesi had a series of meetings with Trump administration officials and members of the Senate and House. During his meeting with the N...

The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) is proud to announce the fourth year of the NIAF Congressional Fellowship Program to encourage and support the next generation of Italian American leadership. During the fall of 2019, the Foundation will place five outstanding Italian American college students, graduate students and recent graduates i...

The Embassy of Italy in Washington, D.C. issued a call for proposals by catering companies interested in obtaining specific spaces where to operate to provide food services at this Embassy for its personnel. The premises cover an area of approximately 2,260 sqft (210 sqmt) between cafeteria, lunchroom, kitchen and storage and will be awarded at a d...

The work of current and former Penn State architecture students who have taken part in the study abroad program at the Pantheon Institute in Rome went on display March 28 at the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C. The exhibit features the designs, models and projects of U.S. architecture students who are (or were) enrolled in programs that are memb...

Before New York restaurateur Michael White opened Osteria Morini in Navy Yard—and long before Navy Yard was a culinary hotbed—he toyed with the idea of putting a branch of NYC’s Nicoletta Pizzeria there. Now, six-odd years later, the shop is coming. The pizzeria is one of two Italian concepts White and business partner Ahmass Fakahany are opening i...

Our Women Who Jazz series continues with singer-pianist-songwriter Chiara Civello. Referred to as “the best jazz singer of her generation” by Tony Bennett, Chiara Civello will indulge DC music enthusiasts with her latest record, Eclipse.  A mix of elegant pop, Brazilian influences and contagious "sambalanço", a few surprising excerpts from Italian...

During the 15th century, Italian villas witnessed an incredible transformation, going from fortified country houses to places of entertainment and leisure, and in the process, experiencing deep remodeling during this transition. Used to entertain guests and as a retreat from the noise and confusion of the streets and piazzas, these villas often fea...

The Washington Historic Preservation Commission approved design plans Monday night for the front exterior of the new Angelina’s Italian Market at 24 W. Second St. in Downtown Washington. The building formerly housed Ed’s Meat Market for many years. “When I saw the plans, I was ecstatic, over the moon, squealing with excitement,” said Bridgette Kel...

Monday, April 1st 2019, 9:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.. Embassy of Italy, Washington D.C. 3000 Whitehaven St NW, Washington, DC 20008. Over the last years, the Italian Government introduced several measures aimed at attracting companies and human capital, especially the so called High Net Worth Individuals, to stimulate growth and boost investments in Ital...

The Association of American College and University Programs in Italy, in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute, are pleased to present the second edition of “Back from Italy”, a talk and exhibit featuring stories and works by young architecture students who spent a semester in Italy. For non-European architects...