In mid-December, the Italian Cultural Institute of Melbourne hosted Francesca Cavallo, co-author of a publishing sensation.
From December 15, the NGV will hold a four-month celebration of contemporary art and design practices across a rich array of programs.
As Australia Day approaches, many Aussies across the nation will begin preparing to celebrate, whether it is with a BBQ, backyard party or day at the beach.
On January 16 and 17, towns across Italy come alive with celebrations for the Festa di Sant’Antonio Abate, or the Feast of Saint Anthony the Abbot.
The festive season may be done and dusted for another year, but many homes will still show traces of Christmas celebrations well into January, from decorations to cards on the mantelpiece.
Two million Italians signed a petition calling for the art of Naples’ dough-twirling pizza makers to be globally recognised as a UNESCO cultural tradition, and it’s paid off!
Christmas lunches and dinners are on the horizon, and there’s no better way to begin a festive meal than with a refreshing bottle of bubbly, while ending it with a Grappa di Barolo and some dark chocolate, or, for the panettone lovers, a Moscato d’Asti.
Melbourne University: tre quarti degli australiani beneficerebbero dall’abolizione della misura.
Turnbull e Shorten puntano sul plebiscito mentre spunta l’opzione minimalista del presidente-GG.
“The art of painting consists in imitating the things of the world. Nothing more, nothing less, but that, in itself, is a lot. The result is simple and free, as with all complex works.”
Italo Calvino was born on October 15, 1923 in Santiago de Las Vegas, Cuba.
Nine years ago, the late Fr Luciano Rocchi was recognised in his homeland for his pastoral work in Australia.
A combat engineer in North Africa during World War II; POW in Italy; fugitive; geologist and “amateur historian” devoted to collecting the stories of other Anzac prisoners of war; and recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia.
On the afternoon of January 18, 2017, a major avalanche in the central Italian village of Farindola engulfed a luxury hotel and killed 29 people, including 18 hotel guests and 11 employees.
Winds of over 100 kilometres lashed Italy on Wednesday, causing trees to fall, disrupting transport and stirring up waves several metres high.
On October 29, 2017, I posted an opinion piece reflecting on my memories as an Italo-Australian growing up in south-western Sydney as a passionate rugby league fan, and also sharing some insights into my experiences as a Community Ambassador for the Federazione Italiana Rugby League (FIRL) in thi...
Few probably know that Australia is the country with the fourth-highest number of vintage car collectors.
A one night only, all-night celebration of culture and creativity, this 12-hour event includes exhibitions, street performances, illuminations, ins...
For the perfect dessert, try this recipe featuring few ingredients but bursting with flavour.
Use this classic Italian treat to turn a lunchbox favourite – apple muffins – into something special that all kids will love.