12:57 | October 6, 2018
The top photo depicts the rotating stage of Stepanakert’s Vahram Papazian Drama Theatre, as seen from high above, with Arnold Meliksetyan's works displayed as part of the ArtSakh Fest Contemporary Art Festival, opening on October 5-7 in Stepanakert.
16:37 | September 11, 2018
A building in the “Old Yerevan” neighborhood of the Armenian capital, where the Little Singers of Armenia group practices, is on the verge of collapsing due to nearby commercial construction.
17:23 | August 29, 2018
George Parseghian, a Syrian-Armenian who has resettled in Armenia, has gifted a revolver, used by his great grandfather Krikor/Kevirg Parseghian during the 1920-1921 Armenian resistance in Aintab, to the Armenian Genocide Museum Institute in Yerevan.
15:19 | August 6, 2018
Founded in 1923, Hay Film was sold in 2005 to CS Media, a company co-owned at the time by U.S.- Armenian philanthropist Gerard Cafesjian and his business partner in Armenia, Bagrat Sargsian. CS Media paid about $800,000 for the Soviet-era studio and pledged to invest roughly $70 million in it over the next decade.
16:15 | July 17, 2018
When we talk about preserving cultural and historical monuments in Yerevan, we immediately think about those historic homes and architectural sites that have been destroyed by neglect or the wrecking ball.
19:05 | July 13, 2018
Armenian Minister of Culture Lili Makunts today met with newly appointed Artsakh Minister of Culture, Youth Affairs and Tourism Minister Lernik Hovhannisyan in Stepanakert to reaffirm their prior commitment to foster greater cooperation in the field.
16:18 | July 5, 2018
Hovannisian explained the organization’s objectives to Sarkissian, noting that Creative Armenia's mission is not only to spur Armenian culture, but to discover and support a new generation of artists.
13:09 | June 29, 2018
Armenia’s Ministry of Culture has declared that it must approve any plan to erect a statue of Aram Manoukian, the revolutionary and statesman widely regarded as the founder of the First Republic of Armenia, on the steps above the Republic Square metro station in Yerevan.
21:07 | June 27, 2018
The Yererouk basilica and archaeological site, located on the left bank of Akhouryan river, right next to the Armenia-Turkey border and only five kilometers from the historical Armenian capital of Ani, are not on any of the main tourist routes in Armenia.
01:27 | June 4, 2018
“Lady Jazz”, “Ella from Yerevan”, “Queen of Jazz”- that’s how Datevik Hovanesian has been described by jazz lovers and connoisseurs alike, starting from the Soviet era, when she performed not only with the Armenian jazz state orchestra, but also throughout the country and together with the most famous artists of that time.
16:43 | May 31, 2018
25-year-old Armenian artist Arax (Alice) Sargsyan has got quite popular on Facebook over the last weeks. Hundreds of people share the link to a contest where she participates, calling on others to vote.
19:47 | May 22, 2018
These findings, recently released by the Ministry of Finance’s budgetary audit inspectorate, reveals that the ministry was woefully lax in monitoring the expenditures, totaling the equivalent of US$1.080 million at today’s exchange rate.
09:54 | April 4, 2018
The Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet (Yerevan Opera House) and tenor Liparit Avetisyan won top prizes at the Second Annual Tsitsernak National Music Awards.
12:05 | March 22, 2018
Armenia’s government will pay AMD 421million (US$ 877,000) to a company to stage a concert in Yerevan commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First Republic of Armenia and the battles of Sardarapat, Bash Abaran and Karakilisa.