More from Arts & Culture

Sirvart-Auntie was a “leftover of the sword.” This remarkable woman, a native of Fenesse, Turkey, and a survivor of the Armenian genocide, was the reason my great-grandmother, Vartanoush Kezelian, her fellow survivor and sister-in-law,[...]

NEW YORK – The following statement was issued by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, under the signatures of Dan Weiss, president and CEO, and Max Hollein, director, on November 17, 2020, concerning Armenian cultural heritage[...]

BERLIN — Walking up towards the Brandenburg Gate, you see on the ground a myriad of small red votive candles, lined up in rows to form a huge cross. Behind it, on a stage, an orchestra plays a piece by Komitas. It is November 6 in[...]

The publication of this English translation of Armenian-American Sketches by Bedros Keljik is a landmark in the literary life of our community. When the Armenian-American community transitioned to being predominantly English-speaking in[...]

Advertisement
>