Armenia Tree Project (ATP) launched its latest educational film at an event hosted by the AGBU Vatche and Tamar Manoukian High School in Pasadena on April 26.
Armenia’s Presidential Award for contribution to the recognition of the Armenian Genocide was awarded to Pulitzer Prize winning author Peter Balakian, as well as to Mohamed Hanafi Nasri and Miriam Zaki for their documentary “Who Killed the Armenians?”
UCLA Musicology Department’s Ciro Zoppo Research Fellowship is organizing an event dedicated to the Soviet and Armenian pedagogue, music theorist, composer, and ophthalmologist Eduard Pashinyan.
Hamazkayin will host ‘ArtLinks’ retreat in Quebec, Canada, from June 30 to July 3 featuring workshops, networking events, dance, and live music.
Artist Lidya Tchakerian will have a solo exhibition with her work “Because Life is Beautiful” on Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4 at the Western Prelacy Of The Armenian Apostolic Church Of America under the Auspices of Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and activist Serj Tankian has released “Aurora’s Dream,” a song he was commissioned to write for the recent “Aurora Prize” ceremony in Yerevan, Armenia.
The Istanbul-based Aras Publishing House has released ‘The Little Prince’ by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in Western Armenian and Hamshen Armenian.
Israeli group resolved to pay tribute to the Aznavours by commissioning a commemorative stamp issued by the Israel Postal Authority with the semblance of Mischa and Knar Aznavour, Charles’s late parents.
“Map of Salvation” is a documentary about the humanist movement during the Armenian Genocide. It will premiere in Glendale every Friday at the Five Star Cinema in Glendale at 8.30 pm.
The Fresno Art Museum presents the exhibition “RENDERING HOMAGE: Portraits of a Patron” featuring Los Angeles art patron, collector, and arts advocate, Joan Agajanian Quinn on May 20.