La Voce Italiana Magazine September/October 2021
Enjoy our newest edition of La Voce Italiana! (September/October 2021 issue).
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 Gemma Trevisani, The Art of Publishing
“The book is and will remain a smart object” Gemma Trevisani said. When she says it, she sits still against a white wall like a portrait of other times. Her language is refined, and her answers make you wait long seconds after the questions. Gemma Trevisani loves innovation but not necessarily fashions. Thus, she monolithically replies to the prophets of the e-book. “I think that the paper book will never disappear. It is something you cannot break. It never runs out of juice,”. Continue Reading, Dowload the pdf.
ICCC Board Nominations Sought
by ICCC Staff
The Italian Cultural & Community Center is seeking candidates to fill five upcoming vacancies on the Board of Directors. The election will be held at the annual meeting of members on December 2, 2021. Each term lasts three years. We welcome strategic thinkers who understand “the big picture” and who can translate ideas into actions to fulfill ICCC’s mission to advance, celebrate, and preserve Italian culture and heritage for everyone. Continue Reading, Dowload the pdf.
Grazie mille to our Virtual Festival Sponsors!
by ICCC Staff
The Italian Cultural & Community Center would like to thank our virtual festival sponsors who have committed to this year’s virtual Italian Regional Flag, Booth, and Event Ceremonies. We greatly appreciate your continued support of our beloved festival traditions and the mission of the ICCC. Continue Reading, Dowload the pdf.
Aperitivo in Lockdown
by Molly Martin | Italics Magazine
Not to be confused with the French apéritif, Italian aperitivo is typically a dry, bitter drink with a variety of salty snacks. These snacks range from chips or peanuts on the bar to small panini
and bowls of pasta. They are provided in ‘serve yourself’ buffet style, and often drinks are offered at a reduced price. The intent is to wet your appetite in preparation for dinner while spending some quality time with friends. Continue Reading, Dowload the pdf.
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