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The Platform Will Continue Working Also After We Will Be Back To Normality: Andrea Baldi

The Italian Embassy Cultural Centre has launched a new online platform where it will share all the online events which it is continuing to hold in COVID-19 times

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INDIA. New Delhi. The Italian Embassy Cultural Centre has launched a new online platform where the Cultural Centre will share all the online events which it is continuing to hold. These events will be uploaded from time to time on the platform, as well as on all social media pages managed by the Cultural Centre.

The platform showcases online events in all realms of Italian culture with workshops on music, concerts, film-centric events, food and much more, allowing people to experience Italy from the comfort and safety of their own homes.

Andrea Baldi, Director, Italian Cultural Centre
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“Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Italian Cultural Centre had to suspend all its public activities. We immediately thought of coming up with a new schedule of online events and we realized that it is important to have them available on one single platform, and so we have recently launched blog.italianculture.in, where we will share all the online events we organize,” Andrea Baldi, the Director of the Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, told Transcontinental Times.

The new online platform will also function as an on-demand video archive where events, workshops and blog posts that have already been broadcasted will be available , categorized under different sections, for viewing, reading, and enjoying. “The platform will continue working also after we will be back to normality: we will continue to organize events online alongside with events with public,” added Baldi.

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