22.05.2017 | 
Culture
MEMBERS OF YSU CULTURAL CENTRE PARTICIPATED IN THE MUSEUM NIGHT
MEMBERS OF YSU CULTURAL CENTRE PARTICIPATED IN THE MUSEUM NIGHT
This year members of YSU Cultural Centre actively participated in the “Museum Night”.

Armenia joined the initiative, which comes from Germany (established in 1997), in 2005. This year, more than 100 museums in Yerevan and regions had their doors open to visitors.

 

A cultural program was held at “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve. Here the visitors could also enjoy the performances by the members of the above mentioned Centre. This is not the first cooperation of the Cultural Centre and Museum and soon it will receive an official character.

 

The thematic focus of the cultural program organized by the Museum was on the cultural heritage.

 

 

First members of our Centre participated in the exhibition of the folk costumes of Van. The theater-studio “Universitarian” had also prepared a performance with the focus on the weaving, other crafts, etc.

 

The picture was completed by the girls’ chorus and dancing band of the Cultural Centre. They also sang “Erebuni-Yerevan” song.

 

“Such cooperation is not an end in itself. We cooperate with various organizations, participating in competitions and festivals, etc. Good work should also be made available to our society. At the same time our students understand how important this mission is,” - says the Director of the Centre Karine Davtyan.

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