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.
Our annual list of Armenian scholarships, grants, and fellowships for 2016.
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.
Ben Allen’s Armenian in-laws have a passionate way of speaking. Now if he could only figure out if the issue is serious – or if they’re just talking about what to have for dinner.
Women have been an integral part of the Armenian Church since its foundation. So why are there so few female deacons?
For those of you who have been following Karmun through her journey to learn Armenian, you may have come up with a few questions to ask the Singaporean native while reading her work. Now’s your chance.