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Dr. Kay Mouradian

Kay Mouradian, author of My Mother’s Voice, is one of several authors participating in the Live On Green event at the Pasadena Convention Center on December 29,30, and 31. She will talk to interested persons about her mother Flora and have available the book and documentary about her mother’s tragedies during the Armenian genocide as […]

Sophia Gasparian

Sophia Gasparian (b. 1972, Armenia) is a Los Angeles based artist. Her work began in experimental film and later transitioned to installation combining video, sound and painting. In 1999, Gasparian graduated from San Francisco Art Institute with a Master’s in Fine Arts degree. Gasparian is a recipient of various grants including Barnsdall Arts Award by […]

Arpi Krikorian

Born in Beirut, Lebanon, California based illustrator Arpi Krikorian creates artwork representing the beauty and joy of the Armenian culture and heritage. Arpi has developed a vast collection of products with this artwork which have gained her an international following and were recently featured in the gift shop of the Armenia exhibit at the Metropolitan […]

Ara Oshagan

Ara Oshagan is a photographer and installation artist whose work revolves around the intersecting themes of identity, community and history. His first book, Father Land, was published in 2010. In Collaboration with Levon Parian and Vahagn Thomassian, Oschagan’s most recent installation iwitness profiles surviors of the Armenian Genocide. Oshagan’s work has been reviewed and featured […]

Levon Parian

Levon Parian is an internationally recognized, award-winning photographer whose works have been published extensively in books, magazines, and collected by private individuals as well as museums and universities. Parian was principle photographer for iwitness, a presentation of select photographic sculptures commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide originally installed and display at the Music […]

Vahagn Thomassian

Vahagn Thomassian is an architect and collaborator for iwitness, a public art installation presentation of select photographic sculptures commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide originally installed and display at the Music Center Plaza and Grand Park, in downtown Los Angeles in 2015.

Dr. Rubina Peroomian

Dr. Rubina Peroomian’s academic endeavors focus on the study of the literature of the Armenian Genocide. Through her publications (Literary Responses to Catastrophe, A Comparison of the Armenian and the Jewish Experience [1993], And those who continued Living in Turkey after 1915 [2008, 2012], The Armenian Genocide in Literature, Perceptions of those who Lived through […]

Laura Michael

Laura Michael is an Armenian-American activist, educator, and writer who was born and raised in Rhode Island and now lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband and son. She received a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from the University of Rhode Island and a master’s degree in education from New York University. Laura has […]

Victoria Harwood Butler-Sloss

Victoria Harwood Butler-Sloss is half Armenian, half English, brought up in Nicosia, Cyprus. She moved to London at eighteen and began her career as a dancer at the Raymond Revuebar, She trained at RADA, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and spent twenty years as an actress, playing a slew of mad, bad, exotic foreigners […]

Matthew Karanian

Matthew Karanian is a lawyer in Pasadena, and the author of several books about Armenia. Karanian first traveled to the Republic of Armenia in 1995 and then to the historic lands of Western Armenia two years later. His latest book, “The Armenian Highland,” is the product of the author’s numerous research trips to Western Armenia […]

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