Italian Cultural Institute Events Reminder and Additional Events
Don Camillo and Peppone: Two Emilio-Romagnans in the Little World of Giovannino Guareschi, 6:o0pmItalian Cultural Institute
Participants:Andrea Raos, Director of the Italian Cultural InstituteAlan Perry, Professor at Gettysburg College, will present the book "The Little World of Don Camillo"Silvia Bartolini, President of the Consulta degli Emiliano-romagnoli nel mondoFree and open to the public. Presented in English.A reception, featuring gastronomical specialties from Emilia-Romagna, will follow, courtesy of Italian Art of Living.
The History and Protagonists of Italian Emigration to the United States, 6:o0pmItalian Cultural Institute
Speakers:Paolo Battaglia, co-author of the book "Explorers Emigrants Citizens. A Visual History of the Italian American Experience from the Collections of the Library of Congress."Silvia Bartolini, President of the Council of Emilia-Romagnans in the WorldMatt Hancock, Vice President of the Association of Emilia-Romagnans in IllinoisVideo Screening: "Wandering off the Beaten Track ...the Treasure of Emilia Romagna." Presented by Enrico Belgrado, President of the Association Italian Art of Living. Free and open to the public. Presented in English.
A reception, featuring gastronomical specialties from Emilia-Romagna, will follow, courtesy of Italian Art of Living.
Milan Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International Program:Welcome Reception for Italian Youth Soccer TeamChicago Cultural Center78 E Washington St, 5th Floor, Millennium Park Room
The Milan Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International is proud to sponsor the Collegio Gallio youth soccer team from Como, Italy in their participation in the first annual Chicago KICS Cup International Youth Soccer Tournament that will take place . To welcome the team to Chicago, the Milan Committee will host this reception before the Opening Ceremony of the tournament in Millennium Park at .Presented in collaboration with the Italian Consulate General of Italy of Chicago and the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago. Free and open to the public. For more details, please click here.
"Dormant Beauty" (Bella Addormentata)by Marco BellocchioDavis Theater4614 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago
Cinema Made in Italy is bringing its next film from a master Italian director to Chicago. DORMANT BEAUTY, the latest film by Italy's master director MARCO BELLOCCHIO, opens in Chicago at the Davis Theatre on . Starring Toni Servillo and Isabelle Huppert, DORMANT BEAUTY shows converging stories connected by a unique emotional thread.For more details, please click here.
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