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Museo ItaloAmericano

Museo ItaloAmericano
Established 1978
Location Fort Mason Center, Building C
San Francisco, California, USA
Director Paola Bagnatori[1]
Website www.museoitaloamericano.org

Museo ItaloAmericano, also known as the Italian American Museum, is a museum in San Francisco, California, the only to focus solely on Italian and Italian-American art and culture in California, there is an Italian American Museum in New York. The nonprofit museum was founded in 1978 and is located within the Fort Mason Center.[2] Although the museum always holds temporary exhibits, it also maintains a permanent collection, including works by Beniamino Bufano, Francesco Clemente, Sandro Chia, Mimmo Paladino, among others.

The museum also offers a number of Italian language classes, from beginner to advanced to casual conversation classes.

References

  1. ^ http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/11/23/DD1H1ANTQK.DTL
  2. ^ http://www.museoitaloamericano.org/about.html

3.- http://italianamericanmuseum.org/contact_us.htm

External links

  • Official Site
  • Article in Roman Newspaper
  • Article on Italian Jewish Show


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