GLENDALE — The noteworthy memoir, Goodbye, Antoura: A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide (Stanford Univ. Press, 2015), by the late Karnig Panian, will be the focus of a program on Thursday, February 18, 2016, at 7:30 p.m., at the Armenian Society of Los Angeles Main Hall, 117 S. Louise Street, Glendale, CA. The event is…
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing, knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.”
The Ararat-Eskijian Museum, and NAASR will present “The Armenian Genocide in Literature: The Second Generation Responds” by Dr. Rubina Peroomian
Here’s Peroomian with her fourth volume on the subject, this one on the literature of second generation (post-genocide) Armenians.
The 18th Annual Arpa International Film Festival (November 13- 15, 2015) screened 46 films from 22 countries.
Under the auspices of the Armenian Missionary Association of America, the Lark Musical Society presents Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. Matthew Passion.
“The Memoirs of Roustam” is a piece unmatched in Napoleonic literature, and with such an exotic author, it is among the most fascinating in the life and legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA), is proud to announce the Honorary Jury for the 2016 cycle of the biennial Saroyan/Paul $10,000 Human Rights Prize in Playwriting.
AGBU’s Satamian Theatre Group – the only troupe in Los Angeles that regularly produces Armenian-language plays – puzzlingly sat out 2015, without marking the Genocide Centennial in any way.
“Anahit” animation film based on the homonymous fairy tale by Gazaros Aghayan is now available online.