LOS ANGELES—Mark your calendars! Stephanie’s Gallery is pleased to present the artwork of Armenian artist Ashot Harutyunyan in a benefit exhibition in cooperation with the Ani & Narod Memorial Fund (ANMF). Ashot’s oil painting collection entitled “ARENI” will be displayed for the first time in the US from December 12 to December 14th, 2013 with [...]
Nearly 130 people turned out for ARTsakh@Bergamot Station. The art and music benefit in support of the nonprofit organization Artsakh Development Group featured art and music by local Armenian artists and raised more than $17,000 to support projects underway in Artsakh, commonly known as Nagorno Karabakh Republic
After many long years, the Armenian Alphabet sculpture called “Three Apples from Heaven” has finally found a home in the Doe Library at the U.C. Berkeley campus. A dedication celebrating the event was held September 15th, 2013 in the library. The day was hosted by UCBAA and attended by many who worked long and hard to achieve the sculpture’s placement. Elaine Anderson, Evelyn Boyd and Haiganoush Pressler were three who worked tirelessly with the library and its staff, and now the sculpture is beautifully exhibited in the library.
The Committee for Armenian Students in Public Schools (CASPS) announced a unique fundraising event, performed by Lark Musical Society, benefiting Armenian students in public schools. LARK will present “The Ever-Ringing Belfry,” with music and poetry dedicated to Komitas, on Sunday, November 24, 2013, 3:00 p.m., at the Colburn School of Performing Arts.
Performances of exceptional caliber were the defining feature of the Armenian Theater Festival organized by the Hamazkayin Educational & Cultural Society last week. The triumphs belonged to the talented ranks of the “Sos Sargsyan” State Theater Company of Armenia, which made its U.S. debut less than a month after its illustrious namesake passed away at the age of 84.
Ever heard that saying, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has,” spoken by Margaret Mead? Well no truer statement could have been made about the panelists that we’ve asked to join us for 2011‘s Grassroots, and now this year’s Grassroots. These ‘small group of people,’ are members of the community who have become our leaders in the fight for Hye Tad and the rights for the Armenian-American community’s voice to be heard. Indeed Ms. Mead, we undoubtedly agree with you.