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Spain - Italian Institute in Madrid hosts solo exhibit by GioliSpain - Italian Institute in Madrid hosts solo exhibit by Gioli"Corpi favoriti dalla notte" (“The Night’s Favourite Bodies”) is the first personal exhibition in Spain by Paolo Gioli, an artist who is internationally known thanks...
Norway - “In the light of Italy”, the hues of Italian landscapes that inspired Nordic artNorway - “In the light of Italy”, the hues of Italian landscapes that inspired Nordic artThe exhibition “In the light of Italy: a Danish Norwegian artistic community, 1879-1886” will open in the Art Museum of Lillehammer, in Norway, on 4 March. The exhibition...
Sweden – Artists-in-Residence debate at the IICSweden – Artists-in-Residence debate at the IICArt, creativity and talent as expressed by two extraordinary guests at the Italian Cultural Institute (IIC) in Stockholm. One is Erika Di Crescenzo: interpreter, modern dance...
Canada – Pietropaolo’s ‘Ritual’ at the Italian Cultural Institute in Toronto  Canada – Pietropaolo’s ‘Ritual’ at the Italian Cultural Institute in Toronto ‎The Italian Cultural Institute in Toronto will host the opening event of Vincenzo Pietropaolo's photo exhibition 'Ritual' on Thursday. The initiative has been organised...
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation carries out a broad-based and intensive activity aimed at the dissemination of Italian culture abroad through the network of Italian Cultural Institutes.
Theatre, exhibitions and concerts as well as language courses, incentives for the translation of Italian literary works and study grants for foreign students are among the most important aspects of this promotional activity, along with the administration of a complex network of Italian scholastic institutions located abroad.
For this purpose, in concert with the diplomatic-consular network and its Cultural Institutes, the ministry stipulates scientific and cultural agreements and protocols with other countries, aimed at funding and facilitating various forms of collaboration.
Of major importance also are efforts in the multilateral context of UNESCO, of which Italy is a principal contributor both financially as well as in terms of ideas, expertise and projects. 

 


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