A Gathering to Celebrate the Legacy and

Future of The Civita Institute

Friday, March 22, 2024
5:30 - 7:30 pm
[Short program starts at 6:30]
Mithun’s offices on the Seattle Waterfront
Pier 56, 1201 Alaskan Way #200
Seattle, WA

You are invited to a members-only evening to celebrate The Civita Institute in Civita di Bagnoregio - and to socialize with friends! Learn about the Institute’s educational programs, fellowships, and Italian facilities, including restoration projects to provide public-engaging, “front door” spaces in Civita. Comunità Cascadia is immagined as the first in a series of gatherings to be held in world-wide communities of The Civita Institute.

Enjoy a light, pre-dinner, aperitivo e vino from Italian and Washington state vintners. The Board of Directors and your fellow members look forward to seeing you on March 22!

Brief Program

  • Welcome and presentation by Board President Nancy Josephson
  • Keynote address by Dominic Smith, New York Times best-selling author and member of The Civita Institute, featuring his recent book, Return to Valetto, inspired by Civita di Bagnoregio (available as a donation benefit, proceeds go to The Civita Institute)
  • Announcing the new 2024 Civita Institute Fellows!

The "Comunità Cascadia Registration" button is now available on your individual Profile Page. All members should click the "Profile Page" on the upper right corner of the website, provide your username (the email that you used to become a member) and password. The registration button is on the lower right of your Profile Page.

To become a member, click the "Join Us" button in either the upper right corner or lower right corner of any page of the website. Once you've completed the membership contact info form and payment, the registration button will appear on your Profile Page.

Join and support the Civita Institute!

The Civita Institute is an all-volunteer, member-supported 501.c.3 nonprofit corporaton. 100% of all memberships, Comunità Cascadia registrations, and donations support the Mission of The Civita Institute:

To inspire and foster an interdisciplinary understanding of the
unique qualities of Italian hill towns that
remain pertinent to our contemporary experience
through the promotion of historic preservation, education and scholarly
research, artistic creation, cultural exchange, and professional explorations.

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