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Yerevan Journal, which has been a part of Road to Armenia since 2003,
will now continue as a separate blog. It can be found here.

Since 2001, the “Trtu” NGO (Temik Khalapyan, Director), under the program “Pyunik” (made possible by the financial assistance of the Open Society Institute Fund and the OSCE office in Yerevan), has worked with incarcerated youth and women, using culture (theatre, ceramics, woodworking, painting, computer, traditional song and dance) with the purpose of assisting the reintegration of the incarcerated back into society. Currently, “Trtu” is in need of a pick-up truck or similar vehicle to transport various studio and theatre materials in order to have theatrical presentations and exhibitions throughout Armenia and Karabagh. For information on how to help this program, please write: or . Thank you.
Hayrik Mouradian (1997) [click to enlarge]
Hayrik Mouradian


NPR special program commemorating the life of William Saroyan; 1981. Recording includes Saroyan reading from The Human Comedy and reminiscences by his first cousin, the poet and painter Khatchik Minasian.

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