The Artsakh National State Orchestra and Department of Contemporary Art and Cultural Education of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of the Republic of Artakh has organized a "National Instruments at School" lesson-concert program, within which schoolchildren get acquainted with national instruments.
Genesis Armenia Brain Center / Foundation will organize a large cultural festival on May 19-28, 2022.
Azerbaijanis have desecrated the Armenian church in the occupied village of Togh in Artsakh by tearing the cross on its dome.
On May 6, the series of events dedicated to the 44-Day War entitled "Artsakh Lives" launched in Stepanakert within the framework of the "Russian Language Days" program was generalized.
The film “Aurora’s Sunrise”, which received state financial support from the National Cinema Center of Armenia, will premiere in the feature-length competition at Annecy Festival this coming June in France, the National Cinema Center of Armenia said in a statement on social media.
The “Paul Eluard Francophone Center” Foundation operating in Stepanakert has become not only a place of entertainment and events for the people of Artsakh, but also a strong connection ensuring the cultural solidarity of the two friendly countries-Artsakh and France.
The European Broadcasting Union confirmed that the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will be held in Armenia on Sunday 11 December. The date chosen is no coincidence, as it avoids coinciding with the final of the World Cup in Qatar, ESC Plus reported.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) released a statement Saturday morning.
Today, on March 29, a handicraft exhibition-competition dedicated to the Women's Month was held in the Paul Eluard Francophone Center in Stepanakert.
“CODA” has won the 2022 Oscar for Best Picture, ABC News reported.
An exhibition of Sergei Parajanov's works, entitled "I Only Have the Right to Dream," opened Tuesday at the Despiau-Wlerick Museum in Mont-de-Marsan, France, on the margins of the Yeraz (Dream) festival, news.am informs.
An event dedicated to the International Francophonie Day was organized on Sunday in Stepanakert by the "Paul Eluard House" Francophonie Center Foundation and Hadrut Children and Youth Creativity Center.
The "Christians in Need" Foundation will organize an online auction-sale of clothes made by Italian masters who arrived in Artsakh and students of the "Antonia Arslan Armenian-Italian Educational Complex” Foundation.
On February 20, the Dizak Art Cultural and Youth Center organized an event, bringing together under one roof displaced Artsakh people, cultural figures and people interested in culture.
Ten million jobs were lost in creative industries during the coronavirus pandemic – while thousands more remain imperiled – according to a new report from UNESCO. Released on Tuesday, the report outlines “an unprecedented crisis in the cultural sector” exacerbated by a decline in government spending on the arts in the years leading up to the pandemic, ARTnews said.
Composer, musician, People’s Artist of Armenia, Artur Grigoryan has passed away at the age of 63 following a long illness, Director of the Armenian State Song Theater Armen Sargsyan said.
On February 1, “Metro” Theater of Yerevan presented the play “Dialogue that makes us live" at the Stepanakert Culture and Youth palace.
On January 28, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Homeland Defender’s Day, the republican stage of the recitation contest organized by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of the Artsakh Republic took place in Stepanakert's school N3 after A. Griboyedov.
The newly printed 35 mm copies of the restored three short films by prominent filmmaker Sergei Parajanov – “Hakob Hovnatanyan” (Armenia, 1967), “Kyiv Frescos” (Ukraine, 1966) and “Arabesques on the Pirosmani Theme” (Georgia, 1985) – have been donated to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA in New York, ensuring the irreplaceable presence of Parajanov's art in their collection.
"Dizak ART" cultural and youth center was opened in Yerevan on March 1, 2021, where the work of the culture and youth department of Hadrut district administration continues, as well as the activities of Hadrut Museum, Hadrut Regional Environmental Protection Service and the art schools are being regulated.
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