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Encounters with Art: Vahram Papazian 125

March 21, 2013
On March 21 at 7 PM, the Encounters with Art program of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts will be dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the famous Armenian actor Vahram Papazyan. 

In program:

• Vahram Papazian
A lecture by Henrik Hovhannisyan, Doctor of Arts, Professor, Corr. Member of NAS RA, Honored Worker of Art of the RA.

• A slideshow accompanied by the unique recordings of famous monologues by great actor Vahram Papazian.

The admission to the event is free, by prior reservations. For inquiries please call 541932/34.

The Encounters with Art program was launched in October, 2010 as a series of events, focusing on Armenian and international arts and artists. The event is held at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts every month.    
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