Antonina Mahari, a Lithuanian by birth, authored the books, “My Odyssey”, “Recollections” and “Recollections and Short Stories”. She was a member of the Armenian Writers Union.
The festival’s program includes contemporary dance, audio-visual installations, interactive public art, performances and much more.
25-year-old Armenian artist Arax (Alice) Sargsyan has got quite popular on Facebook over the last weeks. Hundreds of people share the link to a contest where she participates, calling on others to vote.
People on Yerevan’s Abovyan Street, a main artery in the capital’s center, respond to the news that Nikol Pashinyan has been elected Armenia’s next prime minister.
Leila became an overnight celebrity in Armenia and was nicknamed the “revolutionary grandma” on social websites.
Protester Anna Davtyan said that MP Shoushan Petrosyan was seen at the window videoing the demonstrators outside.
Thousands have packed Yerevan’s Republic Square in support of Nikol Pashinyan, the “people’s candidate” for the post of prime minister.
Protesters in Yerevan are gearing up for this evening’s rally in Republic Square calling for the dissolution of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA).
Protesters in New York gathered on the St. Vartan Cathedral plaza to express their opposition to Serzh Sargsyan and his government.