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Summary of CCA's 2016 Programs was Presented

December 23, 2016
On December 22 the ENCOUNTERS WITH ART series of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts (CCA) presented the last event of the series in 2016. In the scope of the evening a lecture regarding the exhibition Yerevan Collectors’ Choice 3: Boris Galstyan’s Collection: Minas, Vruyr, Deghdz Ashot was delivered, as well the summary of CCA's 2016 programs was presented.

The program included:

• Overview of the Formation of National Modernism in the Scope of One Collection
Speaker: Anna Galstyan, art historian, PhD in Art History

• Boris Galstyan on his Collection and Exhibition

• Summary of CCA activities in 2016 and handing out of letters of acknowledgement 

The Encounters with Art program was launched at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts in October 2010, as a series of events dedicated to Armenian and international artists, as well as important cultural events.
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