Art/Culture/Architecture

Take a look at some available opportunities.
If you want to know about our other partners, contact us!

BARDI ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO

BARDI is a Yerevan-based studio specializing in architecture and interior design.

INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY

Founded in 1959, the Institute is mainly focused on research about Armenian archaeology, ethnography, folklore, anthropology, and ethno-sociology. The Institute also participates in archaeological excavations and collecting works of ethnography and folklore. It regularly reports on its activities in publications.

HAYP POP UP GALLERY

HAYP is a Pop Up gallery (created in 2014) that sets up temporary exhibitions in unexpected places throughout Yerevan, like vacant storefronts, for-rent buildings or abandoned factories. Their moving, 10-day exhibitions engage an equally dynamic public through music, performance, and artist talks while supporting local contemporary artists.

GOLDEN APRICOT YEREVAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The GOLDEN APRICOT Yerevan International Film Festival has as its goal the building of cultural bridges and fostering dialogue among different countries. It annually features films in numerous languages and from various genres. The festival implements a variety of workshops, meetings, and training sessions.

BARS MEDIA DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTION STUDIO

With the understanding that the power of film is often greater than the power of words, Bars Media has become an outlet for honest, responsible, and trustworthy voices to express themselves, to inspire dialogue, to create socially conscious films, and to encourage constructive social change.

BALLET 2021 DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

The Ballet 2021 Development Foundation was created in order to celebrate Armenian ballet and develop it further. The foundation’s activities The include: collaboration with world-class choreographers, repetiteurs, and dancers; co-productions in Armenia and abroad; and the establishment of innovative programming to raise public awareness of and interest in ballet.

AKNA CULTURAL SOCIETY NGO/ THE GURDJIEFF ENSEMBLE

The Akna Cultural Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the research, organization, and international promotion of Armenian music. It aims to share Armenia’s musical heritage through concerts, workshops, master classes, discussions, collaboration with festivals and other groups, preparation of short documentary films and websites, and partnering with the media. The organization has several projects, with one of its most successful being the Gurdjieff Ensemble, harmoniously combining Armenian folk instruments.

Don't see what you're looking for? Contact us!

Partners

Still have questions?