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Ended Fri Feb 24 2017Fri Feb 24 2017
A textual analysis of the Fundamental Principles of the Italian Constitution

Presentation by di Gian Marco Farese, ANU, Canberra Introduction by H.E. Pier Francesco Zazo, Ambassador of Italy in Australia In 1946, after 85 years of monarchy and 20 years of Fascism, Italy became a democratic Republic as a result of the first universal suffrage referendum to have ever taken place in the country. During the […]

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Ended Tue Feb 21 2017Tue Feb 21 2017
Mardi Gras Film Festival: Me, Myself & Her

Marina and Federica have a stable relationship and have been living together for five years. Marina is a former actress and a successful entrepreneur who has always been aware of her homosexuality, but for reasons connected to her business has been waiting for some time to come out. Federica is an architect, has been married, […]

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Ended Thu Feb 16 2017Thu Feb 16 2017
On Wings of Song

Alessandra Cantin (soprano) and Massimo Scattolin (guitar) Vivacissimo! 2017. Yearly music program of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney   The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to introduce the first concert of the Vivacissimo! 2017 series with dramatic soprano Alessandra Cantin and guitarist Massimo Scattolin, who will present songs from the CD On Wings of […]

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Ended Thu Feb 09 2017Thu Feb 09 2017
Galileo Galilei: The Man who Stopped the Sun

A talk by Francesca Battista   Galileo Galilei can probably be considered the best known Italian scientist in the world. Universally known as the father of modern science, through his studies Galileo sanctioned the universality of the relationship between cause and effect in scientific research. One of the greatest scientists in the history of humanity, […]

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Ended Wed Feb 01 2017Wed Feb 01 2017
Pizzica Pizzica and tarantella wokshop at the Australian Museum

Within the “Spiders Alive & Deadly” exhibition As part of the Spiders Alive & Deadly exhibition dedicated to spiders currently held at the Australian Museum, the museum will organize a whole series di events under the title Culture Up Late. On the 1st of February 2017, among other initiatives, Italian dancer and dance teacher Rosa […]

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Ended Thu Jan 12 2017Sun Jan 15 2017

World music group at the Illawarra Folk Festival and Camelot Lounge Azzband, an international world music group based in Valladolid, Spain, is touring Australia for the first time and is performing at the Illawarra Folk Festival, held every year in January in Bulli, just outside Wollongong, and at Camelot Lounge in Marrickville, Sydney. The music […]

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