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Զորություն: The Power of Women in Armenian Art

Զորություն: The Power of Women in Armenian Art

Arts and Culture Interviews

Description

Through the lenses of poetry and music, this program explores the historic role of Armenian women in the arts, both in Armenia and its diasporic communities, over the past 170 years. Organized in collaboration between the AGBU Performing Arts and BRIC, the event will feature a musical performance by Zulal A Capella Trio, poetry reading by Lola Koundakjian, and a panel discussion moderated by humanitarian Houry Geudelekian.

When

Tuesday, April 10, 7:00-9:00 pm

Where

BRIC House Stoop 647 Fulton St (Enter on Rockwell Place) Brooklyn, NY 11217 BRIC House Stoop 647 Fulton St (Enter on Rockwell Place) Brooklyn, NY 11217 BRIC House Stoop 647 Fulton St (Enter on Rockwell Place) Brooklyn, NY 11217

Admission

Free

Organizers

AGBU Performing Arts
BRIC

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