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Italy has a long and deeply rooted artistic tradition. Even in the Neolithic Age, the inhabitants of Italy produced beautiful artefacts. Many influences from different European regions have enriched the country over the centuries and left Italy with what is possibly the largest collection of artistic treasures in the world. While many regions of Italy have developed independently after the fall of the Roman Empire, the Italian Renaissance represents the pinnacle of the art scene. Artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci and later Bernini and Caravaggio have left an unparalleled artistic legacy to humanity.

In modern times, Italian art has expanded its influence and includes interior and fashion designers, music artists and performers whose art has achieved new levels of beauty and sophistication and is admired around the world.

The Italian Cultural Center promotes and supports Italian arts and culture in the Twin Cities. Our partnership with the Walker Art Center, the Minnesota Opera and the Minneapolis Institute of Art is a testament to our continued commitment.

We are proud to bring a variety of interesting cultural events certain to entertain and delight our members and friends. We invite you to sign-up for these events and keep the Italian artistic tradition alive in Minnesota.
 


Upcoming events

    • 03 Oct 2020
    • 11:00 AM (CDT)
    • 21 Nov 2020
    • 12:00 PM (CST)
    • Online Event



    Parmigiano Reggiano: Meet the Serra Family

    Prosciutto di Parma: Meet the Conti Family

    Aceto Balsamico di Modena: Meet the Giusti Family


    LIVE FROM ITALY!

    Conversations will be in English




    For over 200 years, the Conti family has been present in the small town of Langhirano in Emilia Romagna, Italy first as farmers and then starting in 1968 as Prosciutto di Parma makers. It all began when the Conti brothers, who were just twenty years old, decided to open a ham factory, with the help of their father Giovanni.Today, Conti remains a family-owned and operated company, the torch of century-old traditions and passion is carried by Afro with his wife Mariangela and three daughters Michela, Francesca and Daniela.

    LIVE FROM ITALY. Conversations in English.
    Meet the Conti family - October 24 at 11:00 am CDT.
    Click here to register


    The "Great Deposit of Balsamic Vinegar of Giuseppe Giusti" is the oldest acetaia of the world, founded in 1605 in the town of Modena, in Emilia Romagna, Italy
    . More than 400 years have passed since the ancestors of the Giusti family started the first batteries of barrels in the attics of their home in Via Farini. Today, the historic vinegar factory is led with passion, enthusiasm and innovative momentum from the 17th generation of the family: Claudio Stefani Giusti proudly carries on the family tradition.

    Save the date - November 21 at 11:00 am CDT: Meet the Giusti family. More details to come.


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    PAST EVENT:

    The oldest Parmigiano Reggiano dairy in Parma and one of only few members of the Consorzio di Sola Bruna (Brown Cow Consortium).  Valserena is a 5th generation producer operated today by the Serra familyGiovanni and his sister Antonietta – who is a veterinarian and knows each cow by name. Valserena is one of the last farmstead that grows the feed, raises the animals, and makes Parmigiano Reggiano all at their farm. 

    Saturday, October 3, at 11:00 am CDT via Zoom. 







    • 08 Oct 2020
    • 6:00 PM (CDT)
    • 02 Dec 2020
    • 7:00 PM (CST)
    • Online Event





    Broaden your knowledge of Italy's life and culture, past and present, with Il Circolo Letterario. Open to everyone, this monthly online event gives you the opportunity to explore Italy through its many writers and books. Presentations will be in English with short readings in Italian. It is not required to read the books to attend. 

    Our first three appointments, curated and presented by Pieranna Garavaso, Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, will focus on women's challenges in Italy during the 20th century through the writings of Sibilla Aleramo, Natalia Ginzburg and Dacia Maraini. 


    Sibilla Aleramo (1876-1960), is often claimed to be the first Italian feminist. She is well known for her prolific writings in both prose and poetry, her intellectual and political activism, and her reputedly ‘scandalous’ life style. Her first and successful novel Una donna (A Woman) has been translated in English for the third time in 2020 and has had numerous reprints in Italian. Our first conversation will focus mostly on this novel. Learn more and register

    Natalia Ginzburg (1916-1991) was a Jewish woman writer whose personal life was deeply affected by World War II and the persecution of Jews in Italy.  Her writing style is significantly different from Aleramo’s in its terseness and concreteness.  She wrote novels, plays, and political and critical literary essays. Unlike Aleramo, Ginzburg’s approach is not explicitly feminist, but her attention to family life and relations provides insightful reflections on the conditions of women in Italy during the fascist era.  We will focus on her most famous novel Lessico Famigliare (Family Lexicon) and Le piccole virtù (The Small Virtues), a collection of nine short essays. Learn more and register

    Dacia Maraini (1936-) is a writer of novels and plays.  As a child, she lived in Japan and during World War II her family was interned in a concentration camp because her parents did not pledge adherence to the Republic of Salò where Mussolini and his supporters retreated after the fall of the fascist regime.  Her writings address the conditions of women and she has been politically active until quite recently.  We will focus on Bagheria (Bagheria), a novel about Maraini’s childhood in Sicily and her memories of her father and La lunga vita di Marianna Ucrìa (The Long Life of Marianna Ucrìa), a historical novel also placed in Sicily about the life of a deaf and mute girl in the 18th century. Maraini's writings will provide a more contemporary approach to issues regarding women living in Italy. Learn more and register



    Online Events - Registration required
    Free or with suggested donation to support our programming
    Click on the links below to register

    Sibilla Aleramo // October 8, 2020 // 6:00-7:00 PM
    Natalia Ginzburg // November 12, 2020 // 6:00-7:00 PM
    Dacia Maraini // December 2, 2020 // 6:00-7:00 PM



    Pieranna Garavaso
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    ative Italian and came to the US to earn a PhD in Philosophy (at the U of Nebraska Lincoln). She taught Philosophy at the University of Minnesota Morris for 34 years. She was awarded the UMN Morris Alumni Association Teaching Award (2003), the Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Undergraduate Teaching Award (2004) and the UMN Morris Faculty Research Award (2017). Her areas of research include History of Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Mathematics, and Feminist Philosophies.  She has published articles in Italian and English and authored, co-authored or edited several books; the last collection she has edited is the Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Feminism (2018).  As Emerita/retired she plans to devote more time to reading and discussing Italian literature.







    • 24 Oct 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • Online Event. Access Link with Registration Confirmation Email
    Register




    Made in Italy: Prosciutto di Parma
    Meet the Conti Family


    LIVE FROM ITALY

    Saturday, October 24, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT via Zoom 
    Conversations will be in English


    For over 200 years, the Conti family has been present in the small town of Langhirano in Emilia Romagna, Italy first as farmers and then starting in 1968 as Prosciutto di Parma makers. It all began when the Conti brothers, who were just twenty years old, decided to open a ham factory, with the help of their father Giovanni.Today, Conti remains a family-owned and operated company, the torch of century-old traditions and passion is carried by Afro with his wife Mariangela and their daughters Daniela and Michela.


    Online Event - Registration is required
    Free or with suggested donation to support our programming

    All donating participants will be sent 2 traditional food recipes with Prosciutto di Parma curated, tested and approved by the Conti family.

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    The ICC needs your support! Consider becoming a member, renewing your membership or donating!

    Your contribution makes it possible for us to continue our mission to promote Italian language and culture. Grazie!

         




    • 12 Nov 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (CST)
    • Location: Virtual Meeting. Access link with registration confirmation email.
    Register





    Broaden your knowledge of Italy's life and culture, past and present, with Il Circolo Letterario. Open to everyone, this monthly online event gives you the opportunity to explore Italy through its many writers and books. Presentations will be in English with short readings in Italian. It is not required to read the books to attend. 

    Join us for our second appointment on Thursday, November 12, 6:00-7:00 PM, curated and presented by Pieranna Garavaso, Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, that will focus on women's challenges in Italy during the 20th century through the writings of Natalia Ginzburg.

    Natalia Ginzburg (1916-1991) was a Jewish woman writer whose personal life was deeply affected by World War II and the persecution of Jews in Italy.  Her writing style is significantly different from Aleramo’s in its terseness and concreteness.  She wrote novels, plays, and political and critical literary essays. Unlike Aleramo, Ginzburg’s approach is not explicitly feminist, but her attention to family life and relations provides insightful reflections on the conditions of women in Italy during the fascist era.  We will focus on her most famous novel Lessico Famigliare (Family Lexicon) and Le piccole virtù (The Small Virtues), a collection of nine short essays.



    Online Events - Registration required
    Free or with suggested donation to support our programming

    Next appointment:
    Dacia Maraini // December 2, 2020 // 6:00-7:00 PM


    Pieranna Garavaso is native Italian and came to the US to earn a PhD in Philosophy (at the U of Nebraska Lincoln). She taught Philosophy at the University of Minnesota Morris for 34 years. She was awarded the UMN Morris Alumni Association Teaching Award (2003), the Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Undergraduate Teaching Award (2004) and the UMN Morris Faculty Research Award (2017). Her areas of research include History of Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Mathematics, and Feminist Philosophies.  She has published articles in Italian and English and authored, co-authored or edited several books; the last collection she has edited is the Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Feminism (2018).  As Emerita/retired she plans to devote more time to reading and discussing Italian literature.







    • 02 Dec 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (CST)
    • Location: Virtual Meeting. Access link with registration confirmation email.
    Register





    Broaden your knowledge of Italy's life and culture, past and present, with Il Circolo Letterario. Open to everyone, this monthly online event gives you the opportunity to explore Italy through its many writers and books. Presentations will be in English with short readings in Italian. It is not required to read the books to attend. 

    Join us for our third appointment on Wednesday, December 2, 6:00-7:00 PM, curated and presented by Pieranna Garavaso, Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, that will focus on women's challenges in Italy during the 20th century through the writings of Dacia Maraini.

    Dacia Maraini (1936-) is a writer of novels and plays.  As a child, she lived in Japan and during World War II her family was interned in a concentration camp because her parents did not pledge adherence to the Republic of Salò where Mussolini and his supporters retreated after the fall of the fascist regime.  Her writings address the conditions of women and she has been politically active until quite recently.  We will focus on Bagheria (Bagheria), a novel about Maraini’s childhood in Sicily and her memories of her father and La lunga vita di Marianna Ucrìa (The Long Life of Marianna Ucrìa), a historical novel also placed in Sicily about the life of a deaf and mute girl in the 18th century. Maraini's writings will provide a more contemporary approach to issues regarding women living in Italy.


    Online Events - Registration required
    Free or with suggested donation to support our programming



    Pieranna Garavaso is native Italian and came to the US to earn a PhD in Philosophy (at the U of Nebraska Lincoln). She taught Philosophy at the University of Minnesota Morris for 34 years. She was awarded the UMN Morris Alumni Association Teaching Award (2003), the Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Undergraduate Teaching Award (2004) and the UMN Morris Faculty Research Award (2017). Her areas of research include History of Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Mathematics, and Feminist Philosophies.  She has published articles in Italian and English and authored, co-authored or edited several books; the last collection she has edited is the Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Feminism (2018).  As Emerita/retired she plans to devote more time to reading and discussing Italian literature.







Past events

18 Oct 2020 IL SALOTTO DEGLI ARTISTI. A peek into Italian studios where tradition and contemporary art live side by side
18 Oct 2020 IL SALOTTO DEGLI ARTISTI. Agnese Banti + Tempo Reale
11 Oct 2020 NEW! VIAGGI PER L'ITALIA: Le Marche Region – Its Colors, Scents and Sounds
08 Oct 2020 IL CIRCOLO LETTERARIO: Sibilla Aleramo
03 Oct 2020 Storie di famiglia. Made in Italy: Parmigiano Reggiano. Meet the Serra Family
20 Sep 2020 IL SALOTTO DEGLI ARTISTI. Benedetta Manfriani + Murate Art District
23 Aug 2020 IL SALOTTO DEGLI ARTISTI. Pietro Desirò + Cartavetra
11 Jun 2020 Insieme a Tavola! Cooking Together Virtual Series. ES20
04 Jun 2020 Insieme a Tavola! Cooking Together Virtual Series. ES20
28 May 2020 Insieme a Tavola! Cooking Together Virtual Series. ES20
29 Mar 2020 CANCELLED Make & Take Pasta: Tagliatelle and Tagliolini. EW20
26 Mar 2020 CANCELLED Wine Tasting Le Vie del Vino: Sangiovese from the Tuscan Hills to Fellini's Romagna. EW20
03 Mar 2020 CONCERT: Giacomo Benedetti, Florentine pianist, organist, and harpsichordist EW20
31 Jan 2020 SOLD OUT! Aperitivo & Cards. Learn how to play Scopone Scientifico, a traditional Italian card game. EW20
23 Jan 2020 Pitturiamo! (Let’s Paint!) EW20
12 Jan 2020 Wine Tasting La Via del Vino: Sunshine in a Bottle. Wines of Puglia and Sicily. EW20
19 Dec 2019 Tombola, Panettone & Pandoro. An Italian Holiday Tradition. EF19
21 Nov 2019 SOLD OUT! WINE TASTING. Le Vie del Vino: Bollicine d'Oro - Golden Italian Bubbles. EF19
18 Nov 2019 EXCLUSIVE! UCCELLINI, a play by Mark Benninghofen directed by Joe Dowling. EF19
17 Nov 2019 SOLD OUT! Make & Take Class: Gnocchi di Zucca. EF19
14 Nov 2019 LEONARDO 500. With live music! “Leonardo’s Paradise: A Masterpiece of Theatre, Science, and Wonder at Sforza’s Court”, Francesca Bortoletti. EF19
14 Nov 2019 TODAY is GIVE TO THE MAX DAY: support Emerging Filmmakers from Italy and Minnesota
24 Oct 2019 LEONARDO 500. Live demonstration “Exploring Leonardo da Vinci’s Painting Techniques”, Mark Balma. EF19
22 Oct 2019 LEONARDO 500. Live demonstration “Exploring Leonardo da Vinci’s Painting Techniques”, Mark Balma. Reserved for students & faculty of the UofM and the Twin Cities. EF19
21 Oct 2019 LEONARDO 500. Exhibit: “The Theater of the Human Body”. EF19
03 Oct 2019 LEONARDO 500. “The end of the Dark Ages”, Claudia Scarlata. EF19
11 Sep 2019 Happening in the Community: Year of Italy @ Global Minnesota
05 Sep 2019 SOLD OUT! LEONARDO 500. “Leonardo da Vinci and his Unfinished Work”, Carmen C. Bambach. EF19
26 Jun 2019 Join us at the Weisman Museum of Art for a “Made for ICC” tour! . EN19
16 May 2019 A night at the Opera: join fellow ICC members for a group outing to see La Traviata at MN Opera. ES19
05 May 2019 Happening in the Community - Vini d'Italia: Tour 2019
04 May 2019 Morning Opera Lecture: La Traviata. SOLD OUT! ES19
28 Apr 2019 Make & Take Class: Erbazzone & Salame di Cioccolato. ES19
25 Apr 2019 Aperitivo & Cards. Learn how to play Scopone Scientifico, a traditional Italian card game. ES19
04 Apr 2019 Italian Movies at MSP International Film Festival
24 Mar 2019 Make & Take Class: Tagliatelle & Tagliolini. ES19
10 Mar 2019 Happening in the Community: 15th Annual UNICO Carnevale Celebration
10 Mar 2019 SOLD OUT! Weekend Italiano - Pasta-Making Workshop (Tortellini). EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Seminar: Liquid Gold – Sicilian Artisan Milled Olive Oils. EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Visions of Italia. Photography Exhibit. EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Seminar: Historical Connections between Health & Food in Italy. EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Mini Wine Seminars. EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Mercatino (Mini-Market). EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Italian Conversation Table & Card Table. EW19
10 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Pasta-Making Workshop (Ravioli di spinaci e ricotta). EW19
09 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Apericena (Italian-style Happy Hour). EW19
09 Mar 2019 WEEKEND ITALIANO, a contemporary 2-day Italian Food and Social Event. EW19
09 Mar 2019 Weekend Italiano - Wine Tasting. EW19
01 Feb 2019 Happening in the Community - Walker Art Center: Italian Filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, dialogue with Scott Foundas + screenings
31 Jan 2019 A night at the Opera: join fellow ICC members for a group outing to see The Italian Straw Hat at MN Opera. EW19
23 Dec 2018 Happening in the Community: The Trylon presents La Dolce Vita
20 Dec 2018 Sold out! Tombola, Panettone & Pandoro. An Italian Holiday Tradition. EF18
06 Dec 2018 Aperitivo & Cards. Torneo di Scopone Scientifico (no previous experience needed). EF18
30 Nov 2018 Happening in the Community: Showcasing Two Digital Projects on Pre-modern Venice
29 Nov 2018 Happening in the Community - Picturing the Venetian State: Celebrations of Dogaressa Morosini and Doge Grimani
29 Nov 2018 Tracing Events of Recent Italian History at the Walker Art Center. EF18
18 Nov 2018 SOLD OUT! Make & Take Class: Gnocchi. EF18
08 Nov 2018 Wine Tasting: Vini del Centro Italia. EF18
27 Oct 2018 DIRECT FROM ITALY! Famed Italian Theater Company. EF18
27 Oct 2018 Meet the Artist! Talk and Puppet Demonstration with Puppet Master Mimmo Cuticchio. EF18
26 Oct 2018 Italian American Studies Symposium. EF18
26 Oct 2018 Talk:I Figli d’Arte Cuticchio, Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Sicilian Puppet Theater. EF18
14 Oct 2018 Make & Take Class: Tagliatelle & Tagliolini. EF18
04 Oct 2018 Wine Tasting: Vini del Nord Italia. EF18
23 Sep 2018 Frammenti d’Italia al Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. EF18
13 Sep 2018 Aperitivo and cards. The Italian way. EF18
21 Jun 2018 SOLD OUT ... again! Aperitivo and cards. The Italian way. ES18
07 Jun 2018 SOLD OUT! Searching for Bits and Pieces of Italy at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. ES18
29 Apr 2018 Make & Take Class: Ravioli di Spinaci e Ricotta. ES18
19 Apr 2018 NEW! Italian Excellence in Arts & Sciences. Inaugural Lecture. ES18
12 Apr 2018 Happening in the Community: free screening of "Io Sono Li", 2011 Italian drama movie
12 Apr 2018 SOLD OUT! It's back! Aperitivo and cards. The Italian way. ES18
08 Apr 2018 SOLD OUT! - Make & Take Class: Gnocchi. ES18
25 Mar 2018 SOLD OUT! Make & Take Class: Gnocchi. ES18
19 Dec 2017 WAITLIST! EF17 Tombola, Panettone & Pandoro. An Italian Holiday Tradition.
07 Dec 2017 EF17 Aperitivo & Cards. Last chance to learn how to play Scopone Scientifico with Luisa & Ileana!
02 Nov 2017 SOLD OUT! EF17 Opera: Le Nozze di Figaro. Presentation and live performance
27 Oct 2017 We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!
12 Oct 2017 EF17 Torneo di Scopone Scientifico / Scopone Tournament (no previous experience needed)
12 Oct 2017 EF17 Meet Zoe Cinel, an Italian Artist from Florence
24 Sep 2017 SOLD OUT! EF17 Make & Take Class: Tagliatelle & Tagliolini
21 Sep 2017 EF17 Wine Tasting: Scrumptious Sangiovese
14 Sep 2017 EF17 Aperitivo and cards. Last session before the GRAN TORNEO! Don't miss it!
06 Sep 2017 EF17 NEW! Italian Higher Education - A Comparative Analysis
12 Jun 2017 Sardinia. The Footstep of the God
21 May 2017 Sebastian Maniscalco: Why Would You Do That? National Tour
18 May 2017 ES17 Preview: the new Minneapolis Sculpture Garden at the Walker!
04 May 2017 ES17 SOLD OUT! Mia tours series: Italian Renaissance & Baroque Art Guided Tour
30 Apr 2017 ES17 ONLY ONE SPOT LEFT! Make & Take Class: Ravioli di Spinaci e Ricotta
27 Apr 2017 ES17 IT'S TONIGHT, join us! Aperitivo and cards. The Italian way.
07 Apr 2017 Neorealism’s Casualisation of Labour - Lecture at the UoM with Professor Karl Schoonover
06 Apr 2017 ES17 “By Italians, for Italians”: Italo-American Movie Theatres
06 Apr 2017 The Cinematic Life of Petroleum - Workshop at the UoM with Professor Karl Schoonover
29 Mar 2017 ES17 Music and Mathematics: an Italian Perspective
26 Mar 2017 ES17 Make & Take Class: Gnocchi
20 Mar 2017 IL VOLO: Notte Magica World Tour
16 Mar 2017 Only 1 spot left! EW17 Mia tours series: Ancient Greco-Roman Art Guided Tour
12 Mar 2017 CW17 Festa italiana in pizzeria! Italian Pizza Party for Families
03 Mar 2017 Issues of Translation: published translations of books by noted contemporary Italian writer Antonio Tabucchi
26 Jan 2017 Only 1 spot left! EW17 Aperitivo and cards. The Italian way.
19 Jan 2017 SOLD OUT! EW17 Donna Leon and Venice: The Tale of Two Cities
11 Jan 2017 Cinema! The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
08 Jan 2017 EW17 Viva l'Italia! From our friends of Opera on Tap
01 Dec 2016 EF16 Celebrating the vibrant history of Venice: "Visualizing Sanudo's Diarii. The Multimedia Festival in Renaissance Venice"
13 Nov 2016 EF16 Celebrating the vibrant history of Venice: Special Concert Performance "¡Sacabuche!: Venetia 1500"
11 Nov 2016 CONSORTIUM CARISSIMI: Early Italian Baroque Meets Jazz
01 Nov 2016 Ferrante Night at Moon Palace Books
27 Oct 2016 EF16 Celebrating the vibrant history of Venice: "A Knight of the Italian Renaissance: Pietro Bembo and the Order of Malta"
20 Oct 2016 EF16 Celebrating the vibrant history of Venice: "The Fifteenth-Century Mediterranean: Trade in a Transitional Time"
15 Oct 2016 EF16 Discover the Caponi Art Park
10 Oct 2016 BORDERS (OF THE HUMAN): Naoki Sakai and Sandro Mezzadra: A Winton Chair Cornerstone Event (Oct 10-12, 2016)
19 May 2016 EU16 The Italian Experience in Minnesota - An Overview, Thursday, May 19, 2016
15 May 2016 SOLD OUT! EU16 Make & Take Class:Tagliatelle – Sunday, May 15, 2016
10 Apr 2016 ES16 SOLD OUT! Make & Take Class: Gnocchi – Sunday, April 10th
30 Mar 2016 ES16 Travelogue: A student in Perugia – Pictures and memories
24 Mar 2016 ES16 Giuseppe Garibaldi and the Formation of Italian Identity - Thursday, March 24, 2016
03 Mar 2016 EW16 Italian Heritage: Puccini’s Tosca – Thur. 3/3
11 Feb 2016 EW16 Mia tours series: Italian Modern Art Guided Tour
09 Feb 2016 EW16 Italian Heritage: Carnevale di Venezia - Tuesday, Feb 9
28 Jan 2016 EW16 Mia tours series: Italian Baroque Art Guided Tour
22 Jan 2016 EW16 Wine Tasting series: Wines of Southern Italy
14 Jan 2016 EW16 SOLD OUT! Taste the Regions: Puglia (Apulia)
10 Dec 2015 EF15 SOLD OUT! Mia tours series: Italian Renaissance Art Guided Tour - Thursday, December 10
19 Nov 2015 SOLD OUT! EF15 Mia tours series: Ancient Roman Art Guided Tour
07 Nov 2015 EF15 Make & Take Pasta Class: Ravioli di ricotta & spinaci @ American Swedish Institute
24 Oct 2015 EF15 SOLD OUT! Make & Take Pasta Class: Ravioli di zucca @ Nonna Rosa’s
15 Oct 2015 EF15 Taste the Regions/Cities: Rome, the eternal city - October 15th
05 Oct 2015 RED DESERT (1964) A film by Italian Director Michelangelo Antonioni
19 Aug 2015 ES15 Cocktail Reception at Historic Clifton House
07 Jul 2015 ES15 SOLD OUT! - Symposium - Leonardo Da Vinci: the Scientist, The Inventor, The Artist: Legacy of the Ultimate Renaissance Man.
22 May 2015 Eurochannel Short Films Tour
25 Apr 2015 University of Minnesota Event
24 Apr 2015 EN15 U of M Film, "Refugees in Cinecitta"- Friday, April 24
19 Feb 2015 ENW15 SOLD OUT! Walker Art Center - “Arte Povera” Exhibition Tour for Italian Speakers
03 Jan 2015 Brunello Cucinelli: A humanist enterprise in the world of industry
01 Nov 2014 EF14 Welcome Reception for Isabella Dalla Ragione
30 Oct 2014 EF14 Walker Art Center- Exhibition Tour for Italian Speakers -- Thursday, October 30
24 Oct 2014 FREE Screening – Men of the Cloth – Friday, October 24
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