October 6 was a day full of events in Veszprem. There were a number of events dedicated to Armenia and the 2800th anniversary of Yerevan. The opera singer Nelson Sahakyan, the leader of the Armenian Diaspora in Hungary Alex Avanesian and others were present at the event. The guests enjoyed Armenian music, got acquainted with the history of Armenian carpets, and took part in the exhibition. The event could not have been held without Armenian traditional dishes and Armenian wine and brandy. One of the most important events was the performance of the
"Hotel Yerevan" theater. The theater gave guests a full laugh, and at the end of the event the guests left with a piece of Armenian particle.
A ceremony was held in Aradi martyrs monument within the framework of the city memorial including two Armenian ancestry, Lazar Vilmos and Erno Kiss, on October 6. During the ceremony, György Szabó, Lieutenant Colonel had his speech, as well as the Vice Mayor Lajos Nemedi and the representative of the Armenian Diaspora in Hungary and a volunteer Diana Yeghiazaryan. Among the participants were also Gabor Felpeldi and Zsetret Raba, and members of the literature and stage, performing under the sounds of Zoltán Lohona's guitar. Those present gave their respects to the memory of the martyrs․
Sophia, a social humanoid robot equipped with artificial intelligence, will arrive in Armenia to participate in the Francophonie Economic Forum in Yerevan on October 9-10.
According to Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Investments Mane Adamyan, Sophia will join the forum as a spokesperson (or spokes-robot).
Armenia is hosting the 17th Francophonie Summit on October 11-12, with a host of world leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set to participate.
Sophia became the world's first robot citizen after being granted Saudi citizenship during her visit to the Kingdom.
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To mark the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the First Armenian Republic, Yerevan will host the “International Contemporary Art Exhibition: Armenia 2018. Soundlines of Contemporary Art”, which from September 28 to October 25 will engage the capital city with more than fifty international artists exhibiting in seven different locations around the city.
It will be the first exhibition to encompass all the different aspects of contemporary art - paintings, sculpture, photography, video art and installations and performance - create a dialog among a vast number of international artists coming from all over the world. The artists invited to create artworks in situ as well as participate in several workshops with students from different art institutes. The objective of the initiative is to involve as much territory as possible and to make it part of the artistic debate and highlight its vocation for cultural exchange. For this reason, it extends to the city with a widespread diffusion of the most important cultural centers such as the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art, Aram Khachaturian House- Museum, Cafesjian Center for the Arts, Hayart Cultural Center, the Artists Union of Armenia, A. Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet National Academic Theater and the Armenian General Benevolent Union.
The exhibition combines contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, video, and installation of iconic works on loan from the world’s top galleries and collections, as well as commissioned works realized by the artists in situ.
Furthermore, an educational section will include several workshops in some of the leading art institutions of Armenia such as Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, Terlemezyan Yerevan State College of Fine and the Armenian Academy of Fine Arts, held by, among others, Roberto Pugliese, Roland Emile Kuit, Abdoulaye Diarrassouba, and Victor Ehikhamenor.
Organized by “Shaula International” LLC, the event has the patronage of the Canadian Government, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia, the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities in Italy, the cultural promotion project of the Italian Foreign Ministry “Vivere all’Italiana”, the Embassy of Italy in Armenia and it is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, the Armenian Tourism Agency, the EU Delegation in Armenia and by the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU).
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