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.
April 23, 1916, marked 300 years since William Shakespeare’s death, inspiring one Armenian’s own poetic tribute.
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.
longing resides in the marrow / an ache for a land I do not know / terrain inside the cavities of my chest / asking to be made familiar
Aksel Bakunts, the precocious writer, persecuted by Stalin, writes about the beliefs around that common disease of his era: tuberculosis.
With the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide among us, let us embrace the Armenian voices that the Ottoman Empire tried to silence a century ago.