Art/Culture/Architecture

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MANANA YOUTH EDUCATIONAL CENTER

Media Arts center for children runs 4 programs: Photojournalism, Animation, Filmmaking, and Journalism in order to create literature, works of art, media, radio and television programs, films, and educational games for children; encourage creative, unprejudiced thinking among youth;Promote professional and civic responsibility among youth. The organization aims to develop active, free and creative, non-stereotypical way of thinking to youth journalism.

KulturDialog Armenien Foundation (“Cultures in Dialogue”)

KDA is a NGO with the intention of promoting cultural as well as artistic exchange i. e. dialogue between Armenian and international artists and art lovers around the world. The KDA’s objective is to connect those artists to the art market and art institutions. It is the set aim of Cultures in Dialogue Armenia to support the exchange of cultures, to establish and consolidate the dialogue between Armenian and international artists and to open this discussion to the public.

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. Our moving, 10-day exhibitions will engage an equally dynamic public through music, performance, and artist talks while supporting local contemporary artists.

GOLDEN APRICOT YEREVAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

GOLDEN APRICOT Yerevan International Film Festival carries the theme “Crossroads of Cultures and Civilizations”. Our mantra is building cultural bridges and fostering dialogue among different countries. The festival implements a variety of workshops, meetings and trainings.

“EREBUNI” HISTORICAL & ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM-RESERVE

Erebuni museum, which is concerned with the history of the establishment of Yerevan, was founded on May 24, 1968. The finds discovered from the three famous archaeological sites of Arin Berd, Karmir Blur and Shengavit,  situated in the administrative boundaries of Yerevan, were the scientific reason for the foundation of the museum. It now acts with “Karmir Blur” and “Shengavit” branches and is the only archaeological culture–preserve for people in Yerevan and an important Urartuological center in the region.

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