Loving…


What is love; the humanity searched for the answer to this question for ages. Today, the artists, scientists and philosophers still talk about the mystery of love and every single new definition leads to another set of questions. 
What is love? Father Nshan Alaverdyan, actor and director Hayk Zorikyan, actress Anahit Ter-Sargsyan, director Hakob Manukyan, literary critic Naira Balayan, philologist, translator Shushan Karapetyan make efforts to answer this very same question. 
 

 

Loving the City


What is city? What is the phenomenon of Yerevan? Why and how do our heroes - Narek Van Ashughatoyan and painter, documentarist Peto Poghosyan, love Yerevan?

Loving life


One year ago one and the same issue brought Marina Parazyan and Lilya Karapetyan together and united them. They established the foundation “Source” designed for children with disability and supporting their families. Their key task was to find day care centers for children with severe disabilities and to support their parents. What guides these women and people around them is the great love and faith.

Loving the dance


Our heroes are Anna Konstanyan, solo dancer of Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet after A. Spendiaryan, and Sargis Andreasyan, leader of Mad Force Crew Breakdance group. One thing that unites these two young people performing in entirely different styles is the love towards dance. Both of their paths are quite interesting. Anna has been a solo dancer in Israel National Ballet Theatre, created countless roles. While Sargis was one of first ones in Armenia to take up breakdance. The group he established has managed to achieve success on international stage.

 

Loving Poetry


What is poetry? What poetry is created today? Who do the poet and translator try to convey through the text-made lines? These issues are answered by poet Tatev Chakhyan and painter, translator Edik Poghosyan. 

Loving the book


How and how much can one love book? Where you can get by loving book?
''Life is a limited time granted for reading'', is convinced Hrach Saribekyan, writer. He loves book so much that often thinks that love as punishment. He says that all, that one would do for living, he will do for book.

Loving the music


Our heroes are the pianist Julietta Vardanyan and director Hakob Manukyan. Although the first recollections of piano are not so lively for Julietta due to her teacher’s long and scary red fingernails, however, it didn’t keep her from choosing music as her profession and become a professional pianist. The rehearsals, recordings and concerts take most part of her day.

Loving painting


Our heroes are painter Artur Hovhannisyan and miniaturist Lusine Matevosyan. The hero of Artur, who prefers realistic style and creates mainly large-scale canvases, is man, his feelings, emotions and lifestyle. However, Lusine fully enjoys detailed work on a small area for months. She prefers medieval art.

Loving cinematography


Our heroes are director Diana Kardumian and film critic Raffi Movsisyan.
Author of seven feature and two documentary films, Diana painfully states that owing to barriers, she works less than her abilities would allow her to. However, her love to films is so big that she gets sincere – shooting a film is something she cannot but do it.

Loving the Christmas


For many years, architect Mikayel Mkrtchyan makes festive toys with their variety growing larger constantly. This year the newcomer is the star of Christmas. Christmas is a family festivity for Mikayel Mkrtchyan. The peace and warmth found over these days accompany him throughout the entire year.