The CineCulture Series and the Armenian Studies Program at Cal State Fresno, are sponsoring a special screening of the film “If Only Everyone” on Friday, November 4, on the Fresno State University campus.
The opening sequence of ‘Women of 1915’ documentary has been nominated by the NATAS 40th Annual Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards.
David Sarafian is a well-known Armenian filmmaker of the 20th century and the period of centuries change.
The documentary feature, Crows of the Desert has been nominated by the ARPA International Film Festival as Best Documentary Film for the 2016 season and will premiere at the festival on November 5, 2016.
Armenian Studies Program Director Professor Barlow Der Mugrdechian announced that Krikor Beledian’s Fifty Years of Armenian Literature in France has been published by the Armenian Series of The Press, at California State University, Fresno.
After a sleepy summer, Armenian theater greeted the fall with fervor, as four different productions succeeded one another within a five-week frame.
Armenia Tree Project has established a new partnership with Homeland Development Initiative Foundation with a set of crochet finger puppets based on characters from its Building Bridges program.
On the initiative of the Tekeyan Centre Fund and Photo.Podium.com, a photo exhibition “Dynamic Light” authored by American-Armenians Ted Andreasyan and Nune Karamyan, opened at Tekeyan Centre.
Celebrating its 10th year of operation, the Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA) is honored to host The Saroyan/Paul Human Rights Playwriting Prize, a contest which highlights voices calling out from around the globe for justice.
The Academy has disqualified Armenia’s submission in the best foreign-language film race, Zemletryaseniye (Earthquake).