Originally published in Word Vietnam, November 2014. As a literature lover in a new country, I felt compelled to learn more about the literary arts in my adopted home, Vietnam — a daunting task as Vietnam has centuries’ worth of… Read More ›
The Cafesjian Center for the Arts, also known as the Cascades, is perhaps the most recognized Yerevan landmark. Since its grand opening in 2009, the center has been committed to bringing international contemporary art to Armenia while showcasing Armenian contemporary… Read More ›
In 56 galleries spanning eight floors, the National Gallery holds an extensive collection of Western European, Russian, and Armenian art works. Showcased among the Russian and Western European galleries are works by world-wide acclaimed painters and sculptors such as Tintoretto,… Read More ›
The influence of musical traditions from around the world with a deeply-ingrained Armenian foundation created a distinct sound for Khachaturian. He created his own musical handwriting and advised his students to do the same. The original house was given to… Read More ›
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