Diana Agabeg Apcar

LINCROFT, N.J. — The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education (Chhange) will present the screening of the documentary film, “The Stateless Diplomat,” on Thursday, April 23, at 7 p.m. at Brookdale Community College[...]

WATERTOWN — Diana Agabeg Apcar, a woman born far away from her homeland not only ended up representing her country of origin as an ambassador but also saved possibly thousands from death during the Armenian Genocide. Her story is[...]

WATERTOWN – The documentary film “The Stateless Diplomat: Heroic Life of Diana Apcar,” by Mimi Malayan, will be shown at the Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts on Sunday, September 29 at 6 p.m. A reception and[...]

LOS ANGELES — The Western Diocese of the Armenian Church and the Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles, supported by the Little Tokyo Service Center, the Japanese American National Museum, and the Japanese American Cultural and[...]

The documentary “The Stateless Diplomat” brings attention to the legacy of Diana Agabeg Apcar, the first female Armenian diplomat and possibly one of the first female diplomats ever. And with its gentle, artistically gorgeous approach,[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — For many of us, delving into history is interesting, but when that history involves a family member, it is that much more intimate as well as intimidating. Mimi Malayan, the great-granddaughter of Diana Apgar, has made a[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America unveiled a new exhibit on April 24 called “In the Shadow of Branches.” The exhibit, in the Adele and Haig Der Manuelian galleries, presents the work of two women, a diplomat and an artist.[...]

WATERTOWN —The Armenian Museum presents a new exhibition in the Adele & Haig Der Manuelian galleries that explores the intertwined lives of diplomat Diana Agabeg Apcar (1859–1937) and artist Berjouhi Kailian (1914–2014). In 1919,[...]