“Armenia: The spirit of Ararat, from the Bronze Age to the 20th Century” launches in Athens museum
The Henry Madden Library at Fresno State will continue to present a retrospective exhibition of artwork by Kristin Saleri — a pioneering 20th century artist of Armenian heritage who lived in Istanbul — until May 31 in the Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery and Pete P. Peters Balcony gallery.
Arts activist Joan Agajanian Quinn was honored as the longest sitting member of the California Arts Council in Sacramento last month.
Tufenkian Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present Mirror: an interactive exhibit and book that merges photography by artist Ara Oshagan and music by Gor Mkhitarian.
The principals behind the public art project, known as iwitness, commemorating the Armenian Genocide have been recognized by the Foreign Policy Journal
Caroline Tufenkian Fine Arts is proud to present “Sam Girgorian – West Coast Premier Exhibition.”
Sevag Mahserejian has always had at least one foot in the arts, while other limbs raced around feeding his curiosity.
The Armenian Youth Federation – Burbank “Varak” Chapter is excited to announce its third annual art exhibition to be held on Saturday, August 8 at 7 pm at the ACF Burbank Youth Center, located at 75 East Santa Anita Ave in Burbank.
Exhibiting at Silvana Gallery, artist Seta Injeyan’s series ‘Indivisible Vibrations of Heart and Light’ echoes the heart-beat of memory and inner light
A collection of about 2,000 posters from the World War One era, considered to be one of the world’s finest and amassed over more than a decade by a U.S. Army officer, will be sold at auction later this month, Guernsey’s auction house said on Tuesday, Reuters reports.