Recently, industrial designer Tigran Lalayan’s workshop took place at AEON.
Armenian tasty food, national song and dance, open class of carpet weaving, presentation of national costumes and photo session, exhibition of handmade items and books as well as old but gold games. Yes, yes, you guessed right: “Armenian evening” took place at AEON.
Every year “Host family” program of “To Hayq” foundation hosts Diaspora Armenian volunteers, familiarize them with Armenian history and culture, organize visits to different corners of our country and of course, teach them to speak Armenian.
In the canvases of Mariam Mughdusyan are depicted her muses, longings, pain and beauty that surround her.
It is already two weeks that musician and traveller Michaël Akortia and his girlfriend Marcia have stayed in Armenia, Yerevan.
Far from the noise of the city is a space, where you can find tasty cookies, the most colourful and flavourful teas, great music, and of course intellectual and interesting games.
Familiar faces, landscapes and views. The locals and buildings of our favourite city are in the brush-strokes of half-Armenian, half-French artist Maïda Chavak.
Գազար, վարունգ, ծաղկակաղամբ ու բրոկոլի. Էօնցիները մեծ ոգևորությամբ պատրաստվում էին Մաշտոցի պուրակում կայանալիք վեգանական փառատոնին:
The wonderful evening finished at Rob’s Home with guests from countries around the world.
Both the ScREenery and 1243K are, by nature, shape-shifting; 1243K now has no founding members left, and the ScREenery is kept sustained by contributions.
It’s difficult sometimes to find new Armenian music to get into; luckily our music nerd colleague Arthur is here to suggest some Armenian bands.
Most travellers just go between cities to the same places, whereas on a bicycle you spend 99% of your time between those places.
Meet one of our most unusual yet entertaining guests: Rafael Diego Macho Reyes!