Istituto Romeno di Cultura e Ricerca Umanistica di Venezia

It was inaugurated on April 2, 1930 thanks to the greatest Romanian historian Nicolae Iorga, and is also known as Casa Romena di Venezia. Its primary objective is to promote Romanian cultural values in Italy; they organize courses of Romanian language, literature and culture, in collaboration with the University Ca’ Foscari; they welcome and tutor “Nicolae Iorga” scholarship holders, and support partnerships with several Italian teaching and research institutions. The IRCRU of Venice takes part in Venice Biennale art festival, Turin International Book Fair, International Poetry Festival in Genoa, and the Literary festival in Mantua.

Event on 6th July, Piazza Mesu Bidda h. 17.30, ALTRE PROSPETTIVE