Topic: art

WILMINGTON, Mass. — Martin Barooshian, 92, passed away peacefully while taking a nap on January 25, 2022. He was a groundbreaking American surrealist painter and master printmaker, as well as an internationally recognized expert in[...]

YEREVAN — The 27th Vahan Tekeyan Awards ceremony of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA), supported by the Shake Tekeyan-Ghazarian Fund of the TCA of the United States and Canada, took place on October 8 at the Tekeyan Center. These[...]

YEREVAN – The 25th anniversary of the Peace of Art organization was celebrated at the Imperium Plaza in Yerevan on October 11 at an event called Toward Purpose. Writer and poet Mary Poghosyan, the host of the event, began by greeting[...]

By Tamara Hovhannisyan “The content of thought is the seed of the artist. Dreams form the bristles of the artist’s brush.” – Arshile Gorky Armenia, a nation whose cultural heritage runs deep in time, has played a pivotal role in[...]

BURBANK, Calif. – Pauline Hacopian, a hair and makeup artist from Burbank, first decided to depict her new mural project as an infinity sign. As she started to add other parts to it, she figured out that well-known monuments from various[...]

GARDEN CITY, NY (Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs, Bayside) – Last October, Isabelle Sirounian, a sophomore at Garden City High School, submitted a sketched drawing of her great-grandmother to the Parent Teacher Association (PTA)[...]

By Dr. Gary Belian DETROIT – Visually rich, emotionally gratifying, the art of Nora Azadian stems from European and Armenian sources. Although French influence is apparent in her art, most of her recent work is emphatically[...]

NEW YORK – The following statement was issued by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, under the signatures of Dan Weiss, president and CEO, and Max Hollein, director, on November 17, 2020, concerning Armenian cultural heritage[...]

FLORENCE, Italy – Armenian studies generally is an individual scholarly pursuit in the West, with specialists coming together periodically for conferences and workshops. In Europe, this is suddenly about to change due to a major grant[...]

Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — Musician, pedagogue, writer, art collector Yakov Zargaryan began his memoir, My Minas, with the following words: “I was lucky…” – referring his close friendship[...]