New York

Anti-heroine: 1-female protagonist not confined by the expectations put upon her. 2-someone who makes “unconventional life choices.” NEW YORK — Aida Zilelian’s characters often lull the reader into a false sense of security or[...]

By  Sarah Cascone NEW YORK (Artnet) — The walls of the Frick Collection’s stately Gilded Age mansion in New York are lined with distinguished Old Master portraits, many depicting the kings, knights, and patrons of the Italian[...]

NEW YORK — More than 450 persons from around the world gathered here on December 17 for the 19th Annual Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) Holiday Gala, this year with the theme “Building a Nation.” After two years of virtual galas, due[...]

NEW YORK (Azatutyun) — UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has added his voice to the international community’s calls for the opening of the Lachin corridor connecting Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia. A section of the vital road has been[...]

NEW YORK — Michael Sarian is a man with a background as diverse as the music he plays, jazz, and the city he calls home now. Born in Toronto to a Canadian mother and a Romanian-born Armenian father and raised in Buenos Aires, he attended[...]

WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn — At 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9, music enthusiasts entered the unobtrusive but historically classic Opera House on Berry Street. The beautiful chandeliers, original architecture from 1911 and a large stage[...]

NEW YORK — Few non-Armenians at the November 6 performance of Anush Aslibekyan’s 2015 play “Mercedes and Zaruhi” had ever heard of the nerkaght or repatriation movement. In the late 1940s, the soviet government urged Armenians from[...]

NEW YORK — More than 250 music aficionados gathered at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall to celebrate the next generation of Armenian talent at the 11th AGBU Performing Artists in Concert. Organized by the AGBU New York Special Events[...]

NEW YORK — Atamian Hovsepian Curatorial Practice (AHCP) announces a unique residency program for Armenian artists. For the first iteration of the program, AHCP has chosen the Ashot Johannissyan Research Institute in Humanities as a[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — On September 28, Archbishop Anoushavan Tanielian, Prelate of the Armenian Prelacy (Eastern), presented the Armenian-Italian professor, scholar and novelist Dr. Antonia Arslan, and her powerful and[...]