Topic: Armenian Museum of America

WATERTOWN — This recipe from Janice Okoomian is featured at the Armenian Museum of America website. Janice, a professor of English/Gender & Women’s Studies at Rhode Island College, contributed this recipe in honor of her beloved[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America re-opened in June with revamped galleries of ancient and medieval artifacts, and two contemporary art exhibits in its Adele and Haig Der Manuelian Galleries. Although the museum is open, it will[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America (ALMA) has been closed to visitors since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic last year, but inside its landmark building in Watertown, the staff have been busier than ever, researching[...]

WATERTOWN —The Armenian Museum of America recently announced a series of programs planned for April, with several focused on Genocide Education since the world recognizes April 24 as the date when the extermination of the Armenian people[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America has launched its fourth online program called the “Sound Archive,” which is featured on its website and social media pages every month. The debut offering presents the full catalog of[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America recently announced the third in its bi-monthly Online Concert Series. The performance is being recorded live in New York by three Armenian sopranos, Hasmik Meikhanedjian, Alvard Mayilyan, and[...]

WATERTOWN – The #PeaceForArmenians cleats that broke NFL records have made the news again as the winning bidders on January 6, 2021 were revealed to be Michele Kolligian and Bob Khederian of Boston. Kolligian and Khederian were on a[...]

WATERTOWN, Mass.—After a lengthy search period, the Armenian Museum of America has recently hired Jason Sohigian as the organization’s executive director. Sohigian has degrees from Clark University and Harvard University Extension[...]

WATERTOWN — The Board of Trustees and staff of the Armenian Museum of America announced this week the arrival of visiting scholar, Dr. Alisa Dumikyan. Born in Armenia, Dr. Dumikyan received her master’s degree from the Yerevan Brusov[...]

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[...]