Story of Zaccheus

Girl – See, Jesus says: Zaccheus, quick, get down, I must spend the night at your house. 
Boy – But there are so many other good and honest people around, why does Jesus go just to his house? It’s not fair!
Girl – Yes, even people don’t quite approve it. But don’t rush, let’s see what will happen next.



Nork Youth Center Percussion Instruments Class

One, two, three, four… dhol, drums, cymbals, tombak (zarb). If you learn by counting, then you’re sure to learn playing all percussion instruments in a very short time. It’s just there are numerous options of counting to four, then you have to come to the class on time, do physical exercises, listen to your friends and masters very closely, and, oh, yes, in the beginning you might get bruises in your palms and your ears might ache because of unusual noise. That’s it, no other problems. As for the advantages and pleasure, you can’t even list them. You should see and listen to it! 


Nork Youth Center Batique Class

Color to color, one brush stroke to another, and the images get their formation on the paper oh, so beautifully! But the most interesting and exciting moment comes afterwards, when the image is transferred on to the most delicate fabric of the world – the silk. The colors take more vivid shades and become even softer, and the image itself becomes subtler and translucent. However, Varsenik, Arpine, Astghik, little Zhanna and others tell that they attend Batique classes for other reasons too. They are telling it, let’s listen. 


Nork Youth Center Circus Group

There are two Lusines in the circus Group of Nor Nork Youth Center and in order to differentiate them their friends call one of them big Lusine, the other one – small Lusine. The circus has made their life very interesting and diverse. Trainings, performances, guest performances. And this time the camera took notice of them…


My first book

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote and illustrated his first book at age 29, Janny Rodary -- at age 21, while Hovhannes Toumanyan -- at age 12.
The first illustrated book of our contemporary -- Aram Petrosyan, is also ready.