the Italian government will showcase Italian creativity and culture in the United States.
The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Italian Embassy in Wasington, D.C. is strongly committed to developing this initiative in the United States.
New facets of Italy in Science and Technology, Language and Literature, Art , Music and Theater, Cinema and Photography, Italian Brands, and Food will be highlighted.
Italy will bring some masterpieces to major U.S. cities like
Michelangelo's David-Apollo at the National Gallery in DC. 2013 will also mark the Bicentennial of Giuseppe Verdi's birth. Maestro Riccardo Muti will perform in some of America's premier theaters and concert halls as will jazz virtuosos. Cinema and photography will play a leading role at festivals and
exhibitions across the country. In the sciences, Italy will display its cutting edge technology, from science parks to robotic surgery. There will be will be inter university projects. Academic institutions will celebrate the 700th anniversary of Boccaccio's birth as well as the 500th of Machiavelli's The Prince.
A new App will be launched help find the nearest location for courses in Italian.
2013 Program of Events
Year Of Italian Culture In the United States Poster Series
This poster series was creatd by IHCM Artistic Director John Battista De Santis. Each poster will highlight events in the United States and will be available online via on demand printing for our website as they are launched.
Poster Themes for 2013: ( Now Available Online)
2013 Annual Year Poster
Music & Theater
Science and Technology
Language and Literature | Cinema and Photography | Italian Brand & Design | Next Generation | Italian Territories | Tastes & Flavors of Italy
2013 NATIONAL PROGRAM OF EVENTS