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The bells from Agnone

Five towns where famous Italian musical instruments were born

Traveling around Italy is a special experience not only for the heartbreaking landscape and the gorgeous art you can find on your way. Italy’s...
Giampero Urso with one of his sculptures

Giampiero Urso: maestro dello scalpellino and the art of crafting the leccese stone

Renzo Piano called it the “stone with a light inside”. These poetic words used by the Italian architect to refer to the pietra leccese have become a...
Francesco Menghini at Mind the Bridge Foundation

Madre In Italy: Francesco Menghini and the platform to virtually connect Italian talents around the globe

While you surf the net, you will run into many platforms made by Italians for Italians: you won’t find it hard to run into blogs and websites...
Luca Vullo. Photo Credits Marco Parollo

Beyond stereotypes: Director Luca Vullo and the art of Italian gestures

A journey around Sicily and among Sicilians. The attachment to the Italian heritage and the passion to tell stories and help understand culture from...
Adele and Salvatore at their stand at Milan Expo

From Sicily to Expo, how local products promote the land’s identity and heritage: Adele Giaconia and the Villa Colonna Olive Oil

A bridge between the past and the present, keeping the history and looking at innovation: this is the path some Sicilian farmers are following in the...
Next cofounder Emmanuele Spera showing his prototypes

Next: two Italian beautiful minds changing the future of transportation in Silicon Valley

“ I would like a bus similar to my house, but in motion... I want to live inside, not just to travel ”. A quote from a random conversation with an...
The festival "Festa delle Luminarie" in Scorrano (Apulia)

Scorrano, a little village turns into the Capital of the Luminarie for a few days a year

Tradition, religion, heritage, and passion: from one generation to the other, a small town in the Apulia region, Scorrano, has been able to keep all...
Alfonso Carrara was born in an Italian family who moved to Chicago around 1900s

Gillion Carrara: “That’s how my husband Alfonso used photography to show the horror of the war”

A life full of curiosity and love for arts and history: during his existence working as architect, poet, and photographer, Alfonso Carrara put all...
Claudio Pellegrini, Professor Emeritus of Physics and Research Professor at UCLA, as well as visiting scientist and consulting professor in photon science at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, shared this year the Enrico Fermi award with Charles Shank, laboratory director emeritus at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Professor Pellegrini: “I am excited to receive the Enrico Fermi Award from President Obama”

What can make an Italian scientist happier than an award honoring the memory of Nobel Laureate Enrico Fermi, a pioneer in the field of nuclear and...
L to R: Company Music Director Nicola Luisotti, composer Marco Tutino, Director Francesca Zambello, and Company General Director David Gockley

Director Francesca Zambello: «This is how we transformed La Ciociara in a piece for the opera»

The cruelty of war as well as the loss of innocence; the love of a mother for her daughter and the vain attempt to find safety: these elements take...

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