16 Sep Self-Recognition: Erebuni
The extensive project “Self-Recognition: Erebuni” has entered a new work phase. Accompanied by the NCA specialists, the Centre’s students have visited the “Erebuni” Historical-Archaeological Reserve-Museum, listened to lectures, participated in game-excursions, and familiarized themselves with the potential of the museum and its branches for about a month. The sketching stage has now commenced. Inspired by the visits the participants are in active creative process during which they develop the sketches of their works. “This gives an opportunity not only to draw/paint what they are impressed by, but also to think how to utilize the received new information in the creative process”, says Sona Hovhannisyan, an expert on educational programs and the project’s coordinator. Following the completion of the sketching phase the students will create works in different directions of fine arts with modern techniques and present their own interpretation of the given historical period. Visits to the ancient sites of Shengavit and Karmir Blur (“Red Hill”) are forthcoming.