La Voce Italiana is published six times a year by the Italian Cultural & Community Center (ICCC) of Houston as the voice of all things Italian. It is a digital publication where you can find articles about Italian culture and news from the ICCC Houston.
In this issue of La Voce Italiana:
Interview with Mia Canestrini, The Girl of The Wolves
“There is a romanticized idea that those who deal with wolves are observing them for hours with binoculars. In practice, the main interest for the European Union is to know how many wolves there are, if they are in a good state of conservation, how much damage is done to the farm, and if something is done to manage the conflict between livestock farmers and the presence of the wolf. It’s all a counting job,” Canestrini said.
BOB Liuzzo was awarded the Wolda Bronze Award in the category logo redesign for the new ICCC logo. 269 logos and identities from 36 countries participated in the twelfth Wolda – Worldwide Logo Design Award 2021. Wolda is a worldwide competition for logos and corporate identity.
The ICCC awards $2,500 scholarships to Houston area college students participating in study abroad programs in Italy. Study abroad programs should be greater than four weeks and up to a full semester. The deadline is strictly observed. The deadline for Summer and Fall 2022 semesters is March 15, 2022.
Say Hello to the 2022 Italian Contemporary Film Series!
by ICCC Team
The ICCC is proud to continue to promote Italy’s compelling film legacy by exploring its contemporary films. All movies will be screened at the Milford House. Movies are in Italian with English subtitles. Doors open at 6.45 p.m. Film starts at 7 p.m. All sales are final. Click the PDF link below to view the lineup.