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NEW DISCOVERIES AT ANI CATHEDRAL with Christina Maranci ~ Live on Zoom and YouTube ~ May 21, 2020

NEW DISCOVERIES AT ANI CATHEDRAL with Christina Maranci ~ Live on Zoom and YouTube ~ May 21, 2020

Hidden for centuries under whitewash, the paintings of the apse of Ani Cathedral, one of the most famous of Armenian churches, were barely known by scholars. Image software technology has now brought many more details of the composition to light, enough to identify the scene as a beautiful Vision of Ezekiel. It has also revealed an apse inscription on the south wall.

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POSTPONED ~ 66th ANNUAL ASSEMBLY & LUNCHEON ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ 66th ANNUAL ASSEMBLY & LUNCHEON ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED NAASR Vartan Gregorian Building, Batmasian Hall (3rd Floor) 395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478 Featured Forum: TBD All are invited to attend. Luncheon: $18 per person PROGRAM 11:30 am      Registration / Check-in 12:00 noon   Welcoming Remarks, Yervant Chekijian, Chairman of the Board                        Presentations to 25-year Members                         Presentations to 50-year Members 12:30 pm     Luncheon 1:00 pm       Featured Forum TBD 2:30 pm       Break 2:45 pm       Business Meeting of Members Presentation of Rules Vote on Minutes of Prior Assembly Report of Nominating Committee Election of Board Members Auditing Committee Report Constitution & Rules Committee Report New Business Committee Report Election Results New Business 3:45...

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CANCELED ~ VILLAGE OF WOMEN directed by Tamara Stepanyan: Film Screening ~ CANCELED

CANCELED ~ VILLAGE OF WOMEN directed by Tamara Stepanyan: Film Screening ~ CANCELED

CANCELEDVILLAGE OF WOMEN | 2019 | Armenia | 83 MINDIRECTOR: Tamara StepanyanCATEGORY: DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM at the Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston.PREMIERE STATUS: North American Premiere SUBTITLES: English subtitlesFESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2019 Dok LeipzigA village where women, children and elderly reside. Men leave 9 months of the year to Russia to work. Summer, a slow and friendly atmosphere; women do the hay, cut the grass and store for the winter. Fruits will be canned to be eaten during the cold winter. The sun arouses a certain laziness, a sensual relaxation. Autumn, with it’s different shades of red, is the season...

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CANCELED ~ SOVIET BIRDCAGE FOR AN ORPHANED NATION: Two Velvet Revolutions as a 2nd Chance with Amb. Rouben Shougarian ~ CANCELED

CANCELED ~ SOVIET BIRDCAGE FOR AN ORPHANED NATION: Two Velvet Revolutions as a 2nd Chance with Amb. Rouben Shougarian ~ CANCELED

CANCELED Goddard Chapel, Tufts University, 3, The Green, Medford, MA 02155 The Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide at Tufts University: A Day of Remembrance ~ Please join the Tufts community in honoring and recognizing the victims of the Armenian Genocide. Featuring the lecture: Soviet Birdcage for an Orphaned Nation: Two Velvet Revolutions as a Second Chance by Dr. Rouben Shougarian, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Ambassador Shougarian examines the organic link connecting three key events in Armenia’s Soviet and post-Soviet history: the 50th anniversary of the Genocide observed during student demonstrations behind the iron curtain in Yerevan in 1965; the Revolution of Mathematicians...

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POSTPONED ~ VAHE OSHAGAN: BETWEEN ACTS ~ Film Screening & Discussion with Filmmaker Hrayr Eulmessekian, Taline Voskeritchian, and Karen Jallatyan ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ VAHE OSHAGAN: BETWEEN ACTS ~ Film Screening & Discussion with Filmmaker Hrayr Eulmessekian, Taline Voskeritchian, and Karen Jallatyan ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED NAASR Vartan Gregorian Building, Batmasian Hall (3rd Floor) 395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478 Join us for the screening of the film Vahe Oshagan: Between Acts, followed by a discussion with filmmaker Hrayr Eulmessekian, Taline Voskeritchian, and Karen Jallatyan. Vahé Oshagan: Between Acts is a literary biography of the pre-eminent writer and public intellectual of the modern Armenian diaspora. The film infuses the traditional documentary with visual, sound-text, and scholarly interpretations of Oshagan's poetry and prose. It features readings and commentary by Oshagan of his own poetry, as well as analyses by well-known literary critics Krikor Beledian, Krikor Chahinian, and...

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