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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV_LQDrJcf8&t=30s If you want to discover the inexhaustible possibilities of art, gain new and profound knowledge, familiarize yourself with different directions and techniques, then our offer is for you. Admission for 2021-2022 academic year to the Studios of the National Center for Aesthetics after Henrik Igityan is...

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[gallery ids="5302,5303,5304,5305,5306,5307,5308,5309,5310,5311,5312,5313,5314,5315,5316"] With the support of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of the Republic of Armenia (RA ESCS) the National Centre for Aesthetics carried out a series of master classes in different art directions in NCA Meghri Subdivision from July 30 to August...

A new temporary exhibition has opened at the premises of the Museum of the National Centre for Aesthetics. The exhibition entitled: “TopoGraphia” is featuring paintings and sculptures created in recent years by the Yerevan and regional subdivisions’ students. This exhibition is the NCA’s topographic map....

Share Music, a Sweden-based organization, in collaboration with Small Theater is implementing a joint project dedicated to the rights of children and inclusiveness.  The latter institutions have always embraced these concepts as part of their activities and will voice them through a puppet performance. This extensive project consists of several stages. The research has already commenced.  The Swedish artists have held online interviews with the Small Theater Studio’s children to explore their knowledge and approach regarding human–rights. Children’s rights were emphasized. Similarly, Armenian artists will work with Swedish children.  A script will be written based on the collected material. The play featuring professional actors will be staged based on the script. The play will debut in Sweden next autumn and in Armenia afterwards.

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...