LoveITDetroit Opening

Day One of LoveITDetroit LoveITDetroit launched on September 1. This year’s installation once again showcases the Made in Italy vision, highlighting how Italian companies have embarked on a path toward sustainability, integrating this approach with the essence of the Made in Italy. The exhibit features wooden statues by Willy Matthias, and Christian Verginers, glass pieces […]

Wayne State students @ B.Energy

On May 18th, B.Energy hosted a delegation led by Professor John Taylor and seventeen students from Wayne State University of Detroit (MI) School of Business, Global Supply Chain Department. The visit to B.Energy gave them a complete overview of the industrial production cycle by analyzing waste management issues and technologies. Particularly interested in the automotive […]

Manca solo Mozart | Only Mozart is Missing

Offered by the  Consulate of Italy in Detroit and the Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan and organized in collaboration with  In Scena. Manca solo Mozart (Only Mozart is Missing) written & directed by Antonio Grosso, was performed by Marco Simeoli on Saturday, May 6 at the  Marygrove Conservancy and Liberal Arts Theater. Based on the […]

Italian Film Festival | Aspromonte

The Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan - Detroit Metropolitan Area was so proud and honored to sponsor last night’s featured film of the Italian Film Festival. Aspromonte is a beautiful film that touches upon so many complex themes such as modernization vs. tradition, the Italian ...

Don Lorenzo Milani (1923-1967)

Guest speakers Prof. Gabriele Boccaccini and Prof. Nicola Terranato.

Don Lorenzo Milani is among the protagonists of the twentieth century in Italy. This year marks the centenary of his birth, and it is, therefore, an opportunity to revisit his work ...

Do You See Me?

International Women’s Day 2023! #EmbraceEquity. Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan Celebrates International Women’s Day. On the occasion of International Women’s Day, March 8, 2023, the Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan celebrated with pizza and an Italian film. The film was Scusate se Esisto! (Do You See Me?) ...