Istituto Di Cultura - Montreal

Events

Pompeii. The Immortal City - Exhibition
"Pompeii. The Immortal City" - ExhibitionThursday, November 18, 2021 → Sunday, September 11, 2022

Starting from the most recent archaeological and scientific research “Pompeii. The immortal city” displays more than 120 never-before-seen artifacts. The path among the objects - through a spectacular immersive installation - allows you to rediscover the spirit and the daily life of the time: up to the momen...

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The art and the science of construction by Pier Luigi Nervi - Exhibition
"The art and the science of construction" by Pier Luigi Nervi - ExhibitionWednesday, November 24, 2021 → Sunday, February 06, 2022

Real master of artificial and industrialized stone, the "reinforced concrete", Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979) is surely among the most influential structural engineers of the 20th century. During his career, Nervi has participated in the realization of iconic buildings of 20th century architecture, such as the Sports hall...

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Drive tour by Cristian Chironi - Photo exhibition
"Drive tour" by Cristian Chironi - Photo exhibitionThursday, December 09, 2021 → Friday, March 11, 2022

The Italian Cultural Institute of Montreal, is pleased to present the photographic exhibition "Drive tour" by Cristian Chironi, winner of the "Cantica 21" project in the "Over 35" category. From December 9th 2021 to March 11 2022 Istituto Italiano di Cultura1200, Av. du Dr. PenfieldMontréal (QC), QC H...

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Lecture – Quiet Please, We’re Laughing: The Vital Role of Clowns in the Hospital Setting
Lecture – "Quiet Please, We’re Laughing: The Vital Role of Clowns in the Hospital Setting"Friday, January 28, 2022

Taking a sensitive and pertinent approach, the speakers, Alfonso Santarpia, a clinical psychologist and professor at the Université de Sherbrooke and Caroline Simonds professional clown, founder of the “Le Rire Médecin” association in France, will address the essential work of professional hospi...

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Reading club dedicated to The children's train, by Viola Ardone
Reading club dedicated to "The children's train", by Viola ArdoneThursday, February 03, 2022

Maria Eugenia Giochi presents and animates the reading club, in Italian, dedicated to "The children’s train", by Viola Ardone. February 3rd 2022, 6:30pmLink ZoomRSVP It was 1946 when Amerigo left his district of Naples and got on a train. Together with thousands of other southern children he will cross the entire penin...

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