Art/Culture/Architecture

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BARDI ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO

BARDI is a Yerevan-based young architectural studio specialized in Architecture and Interior Design.

INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY

Founded in 1959, the Institute is mainly focused on research work in the areas of Armenian archaeology, ethnography, folklore, anthropology and ethno-sociology. Among other important activities of the Institute are also archaeological excavations, collecting works of ethnography and folklore through expeditions, which are usually reported 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

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

BARS MEDIA DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTION STUDIO

Understanding that the power of film and media is often stronger 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

Ballet 2021 Development Foundation was founded in order to realize activities that ensure the development of the art of Armenian ballet on a variety of levels. Their mission is to support and promote the development of ballet in Armenia. The activities include collaboration with internationally-renowned choreogoraphers, teachers/repetiteurs and dancers; o-productions in Armenia and abroad; new innovative programming in order 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. To carry out, and share the musical heritage through concerts, workshops, master classes, discussions, collaboration with festivals and other groups, preparation of short documentary films and websites, promotion through the media. The organization has several projects, among the most active one’s is the Gurdjieff Ensemble consisting of Armenian folk instruments.

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