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The Armenian Institute is dedicated to making Armenian culture and history a living experience through innovative programmes, educational resources, workshops, academic events, exhibits and performances.The Institute is a UK Registered Charity No. 1088410. Click here to view the Armenian Institute brochure.

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Our office and library are located on the lower floor of Nevart Gulbenkian Hall, Iverna Gardens, London W8 6TP. (Tube: High Street Kensington). The office and library are generally open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10 am to 6 pm. However it is imperative to make a prior appointment either by telephone or email before visiting. We welcome visits by members of the public, researchers and scholars who wish to use the resources of the library. 

Email: info@armenianinstitute.org.uk
Telephone: 020 7938 3336

Address for correspondence
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Armenian Institute Library, Armenian Church Hall, Iverna Gardens, London W8 6TP 

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Supported by
Heritage Lottery Fund, SOAS and the Benlian Trust


              
Symposium
Dhimmis in Mediaeval Islam: Text and context from the Arab heartland, the Mediterranean and the Caucasus. Convened by Myriam Wissa (University of London)
Tuesday, 22 April 2014, 1 to 4 pm
Armenian House, 25 Cheniston Gardens, W8 6TG. (Tube: High Street Kensington)
Admission: £5
Please click here to view the symposium programme.
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Illustrated talk
Centenary of WW1: The Baronian Memorial at Knutsford, Cheshire.
By Maria Graham
Thursday, 15 May 2014, 7:30 pm
Armenian House, 25 Cheniston Gardens, W8 6TG. (Tube: High Street Kensington)
Admission: £5

                    
Illustrated talk
The Monastic Complex of Tandzaparakh in Armenia.
Thursday, 22 May 2014, 7:30 pm
Armenian House, 25 Cheniston Gardens, W8 6TG. Further details to be announced.
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Book Launch
Choucas: An International Novel by Zofia Nalkowska. Translated from the Polish by Ursula Phillips.
In association with the Polish Cultural Institute
Thursday, 12 June 2014, 7:30 pm
Armenian House, 25 Cheniston Gardens, W8 6TG. Admission: £5

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Open House London: St Sarkis Armenian Church
Iverna Gardens, W8 6TP
Saturday, 20 September 2014, 10 am - 2 pm
Further details to be announced.

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NEWSLETTER
The Armenian Institute has a varied series of events and projects which continue regularly from year to year. They range from community oriented festivals and public interest lectures to scholarly research.

TREASURED OBJECTS: Exhibition and events funded by Heritage Lottery Fund. Please click here to go to the project page.

THE NAMUS PROJECT
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 to go to the project page.



www.accc.org.uk Armenian Church and Community Council of Great Britain
www.akn-chant.org Traditional Armenian liturgical chant
http://armenian-poetry.blogspot.com/ This project provides audio and text RSS feeds of Armenian poems.
www.arshile-gorky.com Black Angel: A Life of Arshile Gorky
http://epostle.net Weekly podcasts from a vibrant Armenian church in Glendale, California
www.caia.org.uk Centre for Armenian Information & Advice
www.cilicia.com Armenian community online with news, chat, profiles, etc
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www.hyeetch.nareg.com.au Armenian history, culture, art, religion and genocide
www.kotchnak.org Traditional Armenian folk songs
www.narek.com Armenian music, films, books, gifts and art
www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=93067862 
Birth Of Rice-A-Roni: The Armenian-Italian Treat by Kitchen Sisters. An interesting article on the Armenian background to this popular American food.

The Institute Library includes works on Armenia, the diaspora and neighbouring peoples and countries. The core of the library is based on the collections of Prof. Charles Dowsett and author Mischa Kudian. The library and its resources will be available to the public through visits and over the internet.
   
The Children's Corner
is a welcoming space for reading, listening and creating.  Bilingual storytelling and puppetry are planned for the future.
   
For further information, please contact  info@armenianinstitute.org.uk
To view the latest issue of Armenian Institute Newsletter Bardez/Partez, click here.




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