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Teens Invite Educational Project

June 03, 2017
“Teens Invite” educational project was launched in June 2017 at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts by the initiative of the Cafesjian Teen Council. Within the scope of the project, a series of meetings took place with the representatives of the different branches of modern Armenian art: Filmography – Diana Kardumyan; Music – Vahagn Hayrapetyan; Photography – Nazik Armenakyan; Meeting with the “3-rd Floor”; Theatre – Vahan Badalyan; Literature – Armen Ohanyan.

The goal of the project was to encourage teenagers’ involvement in and communication with the leading expressions and progressions of art. The project also offered a common platform for cooperation and discussions, thus contributing to the formation and broadening of an active cultural environment. The meeting series was implemented within the scope of “Thirty Steps to the 3-rd Floor” exhibition and was open for all teenagers, ages 14-16, as well as the public.

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