Photos posted on Azerbaijani social media platforms show the cross of the Vankasar Church in Artsakh’s Martakert region is missing.
The preservation of Nagorno-Karabakh’s Armenian cultural heritage is always on the Foreign Ministry’s agenda, Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia Vahan Kostanyan has said.
Azerbaijan continues its territorial claims to Armenia at the state level, deepening its invasive policy day by day. After Tatev Monastery Complex, Echmiadzin Cathedral and Arichavank, Haghartsin Monastery became the target of Azerbaijani falsification, Ombudsman of Culture of Hayk Hovik Avanesov reported.
A video was posted on the Azerbaijani Milli TV YouTube channel, which was filmed in the Azerbaijani-occupied Artsakh village of Haterk’s memorial built in memory of the victims of the Artsakh war and in the surrounding area, informed Monument Watch, which monitors Artsakh's cultural heritage, news.am informs.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Armenia is carrying out “intensive work” around the preservation of the cultural heritage of Nagorno-Karabakh, Minister Zhanna Andreasyan has said.
Filmmaker Michael Goorjian’s Amerikatsi, representing Armenia, has been shortlisted in the International Feature Film category for the 96th Academy Awards. This is the first time that an Armenian film is shortlisted by the Academy.
On November 11, the official Azerbaijani news agency Azertag released a comprehensive article focusing on the Spitak Khach Monastery situated in the village of Vank within the occupied Hadrut region of Artsakh.
Construction in Azerbaijani-occupied Artsakh town of Shushi has damaged the archaeological remains of the 1838 Meghretsots Holy Mother of God church (Meghretsots St. Astvatsatsin Church).
Armenian experts and diplomats have warned the participants of the 33rd session of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) General Assembly in Rome on Azerbaijan’s state policy of destroying all Armenian traces in Nagorno-Karabakh and falsifying Armenian identity.
The 1928 drama Khaspush by Hamo Beknazarian, the founder of Armenian cinema, will be screened in New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on November 3 and 13.
American rapper Snoop Dogg has sent greetings to Armenians in Armenia and Artsakh and around the world ahead of his Yerevan concert on September 23rd.
''Artsakh Little Singers'' Ensemble, adjunct to the Charles Aznavour Cultural Center performed in the hall of the center with a reporting concert for the academic year 2022-2023.
On May 29, a concert evening dedicated to the 105th anniversary of the formation of the First Republic of Armenia was held in Stepanakert Palace of Culture and Youth.
In Berdzor Azerbaijanis have razed to the ground the Memorial of Glory built in the Soviet years, perpetuating the memory of those fallen in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-45.
On 18 May, the exhibition of the new collection of the Shushi State Museum of Fine Arts was opened in Stepankert Gallery.
On May 18, on the occasion of the International Day of Museums, an exhibition of Artsakh carpets entitled "Mystery of Artsakh carpets" was held at the Artsakh State Museum of History and Geography.
The second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 was held in Liverpool. Armenia's Brunette, together with 9 other contestants, has made it to the final. She is representing Armenia with her song Future Lover.
Aurora’s Sunrise, a film about Armenian Genocide survivor Aurora Mardiganian directed by Inna Sahakyan, has won the Grand Prix at the 2023 International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights – FIFDH.
The ethnographic song and dance ensemble "Tnjre" has resumed its activites in Stepanakert.
On March 16, in the Palace of Culture and Youth of Stepanakert, the staff of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of the Republic of Artsakh organized an exhibition-competition of handicrafts between creative centers for children and youth of Stepanakert and the regions.
On October 26, within the framework of the Silk Road Forum in Tbilisi, Nikol Pashinyan presented the project “Crossroads of Peace”. According to him, unblocking communications in the region will not only lead to the establishment of peace in the South Caucasus, but will also turn Armenia into a crossroads of infrastructure projects.
The National Journal, one of the most cited newspapers in the US Congress, published an extensive interview with former Artsakh official Artak Beglaryan, within the framework of his and Artsakh Human Rights Acting Defender Gegham Stepanyan's recent visit to the US.