Topic: Photographs

By Harry N. Mazadoorian HARTFORD, Conn. — My parents were both survivors of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, having undergone unimaginable hardships and deprivations. As were so many of the victims, they had been uprooted and displaced[...]

The Ararat-Eskijian Museum, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), and the Narekatsi Chair in Armenian Studies at UCLA, will present a webinar on Tuesday, September 20, at noon (Eastern Time) / 9 am (Pacific),[...]

WATERTOWN — As part of its ongoing new initiatives, Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives (projectsave.org) is launching residencies for artists and researchers. The residencies will take place twice a year and are by invitation[...]

WATERTOWN — On June 16, Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archive delved into the world of Whitinsville, a small town in central Massachusetts with one of the oldest Armenian communities in the state. This presentation was cosponsored by[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), the Ararat-Eskijian Museum, the Armenian Institute (London), and Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives present a screening of the video documentary[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian National Institute (ANI) launched a new 24-panel digital exhibit displaying the role of the YMCA and American relief work during the first republic of Armenia (1918-1920). The exhibit focuses on John Elder and[...]