Within the frames of the program of events worked out by Yerevan Municipality with the aim of spring tourism boosting in the capital, the exhibition “Dialogue of cultures” dedicated to the culture of Iran, has opened at Yerevan History Museum.
Within the frames of cooperation treaty signed between Yerevan History Museum and the state museums of Leningrad Defense and Siege Memory, on November 10, at 13.30 the exhibition “Leningrad. Siege. Military pencil.1941-1944” opens in Yerevan History Museum.
A series of posters drawn by Leningrad artists during the period of the Siege of Leningrad in 1941-1944 and dedicated to “Military pencil” union are exhibited.
By the joint initiative of Yerevan Municipality, Yerevan History Museum and the Embassy of Czech Republic, on October 18 the individual exhibition of the works by Czech engraver, medal and coin designer Karel Zeman was opened in Yerevan History Museum.
The head of Yerevan Municipality Department of Culture and Tourism Ruben Hovhannisyan, the head of Department of Foreign Rlations David Gevorgyan, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Czech Republic to Armenia Petr Mikiska, the director of Yerevan History Museum Armine Sargsyan, other ambassadors of the mebassies accreditted in Armenia, museum visitors were present at the opening of the exhibition.
On October 8 “GOST-made in Yerevan” exhibition opened in Yerevan History Museum. Samples of textile and food production manufactured in Yerevan during the Soviet Period were on exhibition. The exhibition is dedicated to the 2798th anniversary of Yerevan and to the 85th anniversary of the museum.
“The story of Khachkar -Armenian Cross Stones” exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Armenian Independence opened at the National Museum of Ethnology of Osaka, Japan on September 29. The exhibition was organized at the initiative of the deputy director of Yerevan History Museum, museologist Gevorg Orbelyan and under the patronage of the RA Embassy in Japan.
Yerevan Mayor was present at the opening of the exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the RA Independence
At Yerevan History Museum Mayor Taron Margaryan was present at the opening ceremony of the exhibition called “There is no independence within the borders drawn by others” dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the RA Independence.
Presenting the samples to the Mayor the director of the museum noted that original posters depicting Artsakh movement of the 1988-1990s are a part of corresponding collection of the museum and were obtained by the employees of the museum in the 1990s. It was also noted that the contents of the posters show the whole ideology of the struggle for independence.
On September 14, at 19.00 the exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the RA Independence will open at Yerevan History Museum. The exhibition is called “There is no independence within the borders drawn by others”. Special posters depicting the Artsakh movement of the 1988-1990s (33 ones) are to be on display.
“Yerevan TARAZfest 2016” has been organized by Yerevan Municipality for the second year running within the frames of “Yerevan summer” three-month program of events. This year the festival is held in the capital of Artsakh at Revival square.
The graceful national costumes which were made in combination of the new and traditional motives were presented by Yerevan History Museum.
On July 26 the exhibition of embroidery by Mariam Gharibyan opened in Yerevan Hisotry Museum. The exhibition is called “Return”. Well-known Ayntap embroidery school as well as 25 modern design art works are on display.
Yerevan History Museum would like to invite everybody to take part in the opening of the exhibition of embroidery by Maruam Gharibyan which will take place on July 26, at 15.00.
The exhibition is called “Return” and represents the well-known Ayntap school of embroidery as well as about 25 works of modern design (decorative blamkets,towels,overcoats,dresses).The painter, embroiderer, designer of clothes Mariam Gharibyan was born in Yerevan. At school age she attended the Center for Aesthetical Education after Henrik Igityan.