The Armenian Genocide Looted Art Research Project (AGLARP) leadership team is planning the project’s second phase and will shed light on recent and upcoming efforts during this conference at UCLA on Saturday, February 10, 2024. This exciting and critical event will consist of a documentary screening about the March conference, discussions of the AGLARP’s summer research findings, and a roundtable on how this conversation applies to past and current events, as well as what lies next for the AGLARP.
Literary Lights is a monthly reading series organized by the IALA, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), and the Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center. The series features new works of literature by Armenian authors. Each event—held online—will feature a writer reading from their work, followed by a discussion with an interviewer and audience members.
Having lost everything in their homeland—family members, homes, farms and businesses—they did their best to recreate Kharpert in Massachusetts as a coping mechanism for the trauma they endured in addition to helping them adjust to a strange new land and society.
In this presentation, Ani Babaian talked about S. Amenaprkich Vank’s murals —the artistic styles, the artists, the projects to conserve the murals, and new findings discovered during the conservation process.