Topic: Armenian Museum of America

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America has recently opened its latest exhibition in the Adele and Haig Der Manuelian Galleries, “Gandzaran! Notable Selections from Our Collection.” The show is[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) will host the first-ever public screening of “Finding Armenia,” a documentary by Nubar Alexanian, on Wednesday, April 10,[...]

WATERTOWN — On January 23, author Victoria Atamian Waterman sat down for a discussion about her new novel, Who She Left Behind, at the Watertown Public Library, with award-winning journalist[...]

By Jesse Kenas Collins WATERTOWN — Over the past year, the Armenian Museum of America’s Sound Archive program has taken a giant step forward. Each month, the museum posts a[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America’s second annual Members Reception and Christmas Gallery Stroll on December 7 was a huge success with more than 125 members in attendance. It[...]

WATERTOWN — Author Victoria Atamian Waterman, pictured above, will speak about her new book, Who She Left Behind, at a program with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stephen Kurkjian, on Tuesday, December 12,[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America will present “Early Recordings of Armenian Classics” featuring the eminent musician and composer Ara Dinkjian, on November 9, at 7 p.m. At the[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America will host a series of programs the weekend of September 23-24, highlighted by an artist panel discussing Ara Oshagan’s “Disrupted, Borders” exhibition currently[...]

(This story celebrates six generations of one Armenian family’s traditions, music and food in Fresno. In a story originally written by Harout Arakelian for their Sound Archive series, the Armenian[...]

By Elias Trout WATERTOWN — Following the donation of Ruben Amirian’s “Homage to Mesrop Mashtots,” a 14-foot composite work celebrating the Armenian alphabet, art collector and Museum Trustee Joan Agajanian[...]