Topic: Art Exhibit

WATERTOWN — Since June 16, the Armenian Museum of America has hosted the dual exhibition “On the Edge, Los Angeles Art 1970s-1990s from the Joan and Jack Quinn Family Collection” and “Discovering Takouhi: Portraits of Joan[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The WaterFire Arts Center (WFAC), a multi-use arts venue, located at 475 Valley Street, in October opened “Tender Cargo,” a a month-long exhibition by Taleen Batalian which will be on view at WaterFire Arts Center[...]

WATERTOWN — “Members Exhibition 2022,” the upcoming exhibition at Mosesian Arts, gives current members of the arts center an opportunity to showcase their work. What is surprising in this year’s exhibition is how many of the[...]

NEW YORK — “Art to Learn, Art to Live,” is a group exhibition of works by Lebanon’s leading contemporary painters, photographers, sculptors, and multimedia artists creating in Lebanon and internationally. The exhibition will take[...]

Men of war form a commonplace, men of peace a rarity. Hrant Dink fought his entire and all-too-brief life to bring Armenians and Turks together and unite two people who have been at odds now for centuries. He had the vision to see them as[...]

WATERTOWN — The dual exhibits, “On the Edge: Los Angeles Art 1970s – 1990s from the Joan & Jack Quinn Family Collection” and “Discovering Takouhi: Portraits of Joan Agajanian Quinn,” currently on display at the Armenian[...]

WATERTOWN — At the end of each academic year, St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School (SSAES) arranges an exhibition to showcase the artwork that their students have created. This year’s show, on Friday, June 17, displayed works[...]

BERLIN — ”Trümmerfrauen” was the name given to those German women (“Frauen”) who, after World War II, rolled up their sleeves and helped remove rubble (“Trümmer”) from the streets of bombed out cities and towns. In Gyumri,[...]

NEW YORK  —  To many people, the word curate evokes images of priests in religious garb since curate is also a synonym for a man of the cloth, or else it’s easily confused with the verb “to cater.” So what does it actually mean[...]

WATERTOWN — “Across Cultures: Invisible Ties and Journeys of Hope,” the upcoming exhibition at the Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts, reflects on ideas of displacement, migration, immigration, and the complexity of[...]