Sat14Mar2015Fri01May2015Library hoursBrand Library Art Galleries
This monumental exhibition showcases the works of 30 of Armenia's master artists and 20 contemporary Armenian artists from the L.A. Area, whose stories represent the impact of the Armenian Genocide in over 15 countries. Works include those of Gorky, Altoon, Avetisyan and some of the most prominent local Armenian artists such as Armam Saroyan.
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Sat04Apr20153:00 pmBrand Library Art Galleries
Sat11Apr20151:00 pmBrand Library & Art Center (Recital Hall)
In commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Centennial, Brand Library is sponsoring an afternoon of reflection on the past century of genocide crimes with personal narratives, live music, art, and refreshments.
Carl Wilkens Fellow Tigranna Zakaryan hosts speakers from the Armenian, Jewish, Cambodian, Bosnian, and Rwandan communities as they share their experiences as genocide survivors, and their path to healing and reestablishing livelihoods in Los Angeles.
Thu30Apr20157:00 pmBrand Library & Art Center
The Brand Associates are proud to present The Color of Pomegranates (1968), a film written and directed by celebrated filmmaker Sergei Parajanov. The film is a biography of the Armenian balladeer Sayat-Nova that attempts to reveal the poet's life visually and poetically rather than literally. Master of Italian cinema Michelangelo Antonioni said that "Parajanov’s Color of Pomegranates is of a stunningly perfect beauty. Parajanov…is one of best film directors in the world.” The film will be followed by a reception to mark the closing of the landmark life100 exhibition.