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The workshop will facilitate developing new skills, enhancing knowledge of the Armenian language
with modern trends and tools, and creating in the Armenian language.

This program was made possible by a grant from the Armenian Communities Department of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Teaching Armenian in the 21st Century
Sunday, March 29, 2020 10:00am – 4:30pm Address:
Armenian Cultural and Educational Center 47 Nichols Ave.
Watertown, MA 02472

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ArtLinks 2022

About ArtLinks Hamazkayin ArtLinks is the first North American-Armenian youth forum to link a range of renowned artists with young Armenians interested in their cultural heritage. The ArtLinks workshop environment promotes a dialogue between young Armenians and internationally recognized figures with backgrounds in creative literature, music, theater, cinema, journalism, and the social media. At ArtLinks you […]

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Apply to Armenian-Language Retreat

Hamazkayin May 27-29 Retreat Application Form Apply to Armenian-Language Retreat for University Students to be held in Boston on May 27-28 Hamazkayin Program features workshops and discussions with Sona Tatoyan, Kristi Rendahl, Lisa Gulesserian, and Khatchig Mouradian First & Last Name* Dr.MissMr.Mrs.Ms.Prof.Rev. Prefix First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email University:* Field of study: Armenian […]

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Hamazkayin Eastern Regional & New York Fund Raising Committee

Dear Ungerhoohees and Ungers,This is an ungeragan plea asking each and every one of you to get your family members, friends and acquaintances attend and take part in Hamazkayin’s EDUCATIONAL FUNDRAISING EVENT at St. Illuminator’s Cathedral on March 13th, 2022. after church Badarak. .Ungerner, we, as a nation, are facing unprecedented challenges targeted at many […]

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Hamazkayin Eastern Region announces winners of Tölölyan Prize

The Eastern Region Executive of Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society is proud to announce the following winners of the 2021 Minas and Kohar Tölölyan Prize in Contemporary Literature: Dr. Karenn Chutjian Presti for her children’s book in Western Armenian Աստղիկը կ՚ուզէ արագ մեծնալ and Lola Koundakjian for her bilingual (English and Spanish) collection of poems entitled The moon […]

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First Plenary Meeting in 2021 of the U.S. Eastern Regional Executive of Hamazkayin Educational and Cultural Society

The Regional Executive of Hamazkayin Educational and Cultural Society of Eastern United States conducted its first plenary meeting on July 24th, in New Jersey. The meeting convened with the attendance of all members of the newly elected Regional Executive. Ungerouhi Arevig Caprielian, chairlady, welcomed Ungerouhiner Anny Aghajanian, Maroush Paneyan Nigon, Hoori Samuelian, Ungerner Vartivar Keshishian, […]

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Donate Hamazkayin Lebanon

With collective efforts and positivity let us rebuild Hamazkayin’s Educational and Cultural centers in Lebanon

Donate to HamazkayinWith collective efforts and positivity let us rebuildHamazkayin’s Educational and Cultural centers in LebanonAnyone wishing to donate other means other than PayPalcan use one of the following toolsBank Transfer1. For those who wish to make a donation from the United States to Hamazkayin’s U.S. account, please use the following to make your transfer:Account […]

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Donate to h-pem

Click Here to Donate to h-pem Why support h-pem? At Hamazkayin Armenian Educational & Cultural Society’s online platform, h-pem, we collectively explore fresh perspectives on Armenian culture, identity, and art. Our nonprofit’s goal is to turn h-pem into the place where Armenians and non-Armenians would want to gather, discover, and share their love of Armenian […]

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Hamazkayin is excited to announce its first-ever Western Armenian Immersion experience for Armenian youth aged 10 – 14 years old from August 2 through August 11, 2020. The first of its kind in the US, Petag is designed to bring young Armenians together for ten days, to create, explore, and bring Armenian language to life. […]

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