A representative of the experimental music scene in Armenia, Arash Azadi speaks to us about noise music before his workshop at the 2016 Hartak Festival.
Pop-up art galleries – less formal art exhibitions – tend to showcase emerging artists. Anna Gargarian is the woman behind bringing the concept to Armenia.
Artist Robin Chuter, originally from the UK, speaks to us about his work with ebru art about which he will be presenting at the Hartak Festival 2016.
The Hartak experience-sharing festival kicks off for the second time on June 25-26, 2016, featuring 60 workshops split between four different themes.
April 23, 1916, marked 300 years since William Shakespeare’s death, inspiring one Armenian’s own poetic tribute.
With a long history, Turkish denial of the Armenian Genocide is nothing new. But as it’s become desperate, it’s also become increasingly crazy.
A policy of appeasement has emboldened Azerbaijan and has increased the likelihood of war.
The first in a series of stories from the Armenia-Azerbaijan Line of Contact.
On December 6, 2015, Armenia voted on a constitutional reform which would change it to a parliamentary republic. We cover what happened.
A few protesters, led by Vaghinak Shushanyan, tried to regain the momentum of #ElectricYerevan by rushing into oncoming traffic on Baghramyan Avenue, trying to “occupy” it.
The personal life of one of Armenia’s most legendary poets of love may have held more mystery than romance.
A Moscow-based illustrator explores the light and dark within us through her sketches.
The dream of Armenia’s liberation was vehemently suppressed in Imperial Russia, but poet Michael Ghazarian Nalbandian found freedom in words.
Still an evolving arena, much can be said of street art in Yerevan. Here’s what the people of Armenia’s capital city make of the movement.
Our annual list of Armenian scholarships, grants, and fellowships for 2016.
Following Armenia’s constitutional referendum, a group of online vigilantes are using Facebook to exact mob justice on alleged fraudsters.
The Hartak Festival is Armenia’s first “experience sharing” festival. But what is that?
Karmun Khoo has spent the last several months learning Armenian and writing about her journey on The Armenite. Now, she answers your questions.
The necropolis at Teishebaini, a capital of the Kingdom of Urartu, is being excavated in Armenia before the North-South Highway is built.
Josiah Gagosian’s great-great grandfather converted to Mormonism in the 19th century — but he wasn’t the only Armenian who did.
Ethio-jazz, architecture, and the Arba Lijoch, a group of 40 Armenian orphans from Jerusalem, tell the story of Armenians in one of Africa’s most ancient nations.
A semi-fictional story about the heroic Battle of Sardarabad.
Approving the proposed changes to the Armenian constitution would be in the best interest of Armenia’s opposition. But, they’re against the reforms. Why?
Would Armenian democracy benefit under a parliamentary system or should it remain as a presidential system?
Pietro Shakarian responds to Richard Giragosian’s piece in Al-Jazeera claiming that Russia wants war in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Meline Toumani and Arman Grigoryan write opinion pieces about topics they know little about and create clichés – one of a genocide-obsessed people and another of the Turk-hating Armenian – that they then attack to prove their foregone conclusions.
Amid the open spaces of Armenia’s capital are tall boxes made from metal and painted with all types of color. These are the garages of Yerevan.
Moving images from the #ElectricYerevan protest in Armenia by Tatevik Vardanyan.
Every year, around June, villagers in Armenia get together to collect apricots for summer’s harvest. This year, there are pictures.
Shot through windows of people taking public transportation in Yerevan, we have a glimpse inside everyday life in Armenia’s capital.