Instituto Italiano di Cultura

The Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago, directed by Silvio Marchetti, is the cultural officer of the Consulate General of Italy in Chicago. Located along the Magnificent Mile in the heart of Chicago, the Institute showcases the wide cultural diversity of Italian life through art, cinema, design, architecture, science, and technology.

The Cultural Institute is known for its art galleries and film screenings, gaining a reputation of prestige throughout the community. These cultural features hope to promote knowledge and tourism to Italy.

Services that The Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago offers to the public:
-Courses at the Institute’s school, ItalCultura, in Italian language and culture.
-Two opportunities throughout the year to take an Italian language proficiency class.
-A library, which gives the public an opportunity to borrow books, magazines, dvd’s, and Italian newspapers.

To find out more information, visit:

Instituto Italiano di Cultura
500 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

(312) 822-9545