Currently active across the major cities of the five continents, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) network is the fundamental reference point for the Italian community abroad and centre of the growing demand for Italian culture around the world.
The network offers the possibility to discover and learn more about the Italian language and culture by offering courses, operating libraries, and providing educational and editorial material.
The Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Ireland was established in 1954 to foster and increase the existing cultural links between Ireland and Italy through joint initiatives in education, culture, and science. It is situated in an early nineteenth-century Georgian building in the centre of Dublin, in Fitzwilliam Square, architecturally one of the city’s most ‘historic’ and interesting squares, facing a beautiful private park.
Learn more about Italian Institute of Culture on iicdublino.esteri.it/iic_dublino/en
The IIC Dublin hosts cultural events such as seminars, conferences, book presentations, exhibitions, concerts, and theatre and film screenings every week. The full programme of events can be found on iicdublino.esteri.it/iic_dublino/en/gli_eventi/
Italian language courses at the IIC resumed in September. Through their Italian classes, students can develop listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills in a structured and gradual manner with the help of highly qualified native speakers.
Check their website for further details and updates: