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Welcome to the Armenian Cultural Association in Norway.

We have worked to create a website for us Armenians in Norway. The aim of the website is to create mutual communication among Armenians in Norway and the world, and to assist the achievement of the goals that the association's board has set.

On this page you should be able to get information about the Armenians in Norway, Armenia, activities.

The information on this site is mainly in Norwegian and also some information is in Armenian.

Please contact the members of Association if you need information in English.

Contact information:

E-mail: info@armenia.no

Org.nr: 994 358 618.

Bank Account Number: 6219.06.51997

 

 

 

 

Board Members

 

Erik Grigoryan (Chairman)

Liana Arutyunyan (Deputy Chair)

Haikuhy Olsen

Mariam Matevosyan

Martin Davitian

Past events dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the ArmenianGenocide:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 25, 8.00 - Global Morning - The fight for History

A meeting with Ragıp Zarakolu, one of Turkey's most famous publishers and human rights activists.

His struggle to reveal the truth about the Armenian Genocide of 1915 was one of the reasons he had to leave Turkey and file for asylum in Sweden.

Place: Sølvberget, Stavanger kulturhus

Sølvberggata 2, 4002 Stavanger, Norway

Organiser: Sølvberget, FN-sambandet avd. Rogaland og Icorn

Entrance: Free, Breakfast - 50NOK

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1430860800537739/

More Info

 

 

 

March 3 – 7, 14:00 - 20:00 - EXHIBITION: “Images from Anatolia”

Opening March 3 at 12:00

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

Photos from Armenian ruins in East Anatolia by the Polish photographer Magdalena Madra

Place: Kulturkirken Jakob, Jakobs Brønn (the crypt), Oslo

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Entrance: Free

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/exhibition-images-from-anatolia/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

 

March 3, 19:30 - CONCERT: “A hundred years of oblivion”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

Music Freedom Day, Featuring:

Elias Akselsen, (Norway), Murat İçlinalça and Ashug Leyli (Armenia)

Dengbesz Kazo and Deng Bej Gazin (Anatolia), Marjan Vahdat (Iran)

Place: Kulturkirken Jakob

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Tickets: 250NOK, Student: 200NOK

Purchase at: https://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-music-freedom-day-a-100-years-of-oblivion-billetter/447357

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1495015264107999/

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/konsert-music-freedom-day/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

March 4, 17:00 - Film Screening: ”Grandma’s Tattoos”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

Director Suzanne Khardalian from Sweden will present the movie

The documentary film “Grandma’s Tatoos” shows the fates of women during the aftermaths of the genocide.

Place: Kulturkirken Jakob

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Tickets: 150NOK, Student: 100NOK

Purchase at: https://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-grandmas-tattoos-billetter/447461?language=no-no

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/763815463713708/

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/theater-armine-sister/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

 

March 4, 20:00 - THEATRE: ”Armine, Sister”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

With Teatr Zar, Directed by founding leader of Teatr ZAR: Jarosław Fret

Performance by Teatr ZAR, which mirrors the Armenian genocide through a wordless, densified theater play. These three performances are the first in Scandinavia. Through their work Teatr ZAR centers on the history of ignorance that feeds on inaction and leads to inaction among today’s Europeans. The history of ignorance also includes the social story of building an accord of silence around each act of violence.

Place: Kanonhallen, Oslo

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Tickets: 400NOK, Student: 300NOK

Purchase at: https://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-armine-sister-billetter/447379?language=no-no

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1575190379391501/

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/theater-armine-sister/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

March 5, 15:00 - WORK DEMONSTRATION: “The making of Armine Sister”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

By Teatr ZAR and the director Jarosław Fret

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Place: Kulturkirken Jakob

Tickets: 50NOK

Purchase at: http://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-the-making-of-armine-sister-billetter/447465

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/theater-armine-sister/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

March 5, 20:00 - THEATRE: ”Armine, Sister”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

With Teatr Zar, Directed by founding leader of Teatr ZAR: Jarosław Fret

Performance by Teatr ZAR, which mirrors the Armenian genocide through a wordless, densified theater play. These three performances are the first in Scandinavia. Through their work Teatr ZAR centers on the history of ignorance that feeds on inaction and leads to inaction among today’s Europeans. The history of ignorance also includes the social story of building an accord of silence around each act of violence.

Place: Kanonhallen, Oslo.

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Tickets: 400NOK, Student: 300NOK

Purchase at: https://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-armine-sister-billetter/447377?language=no-no

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1575190379391501/

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/theater-armine-sister/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

 

March 6, 10:00-16:00 - International Conference: The Armenian Genocide and the Politics of Denial

The conference maps the state of current research on the Armenian genocide and grasps with a broader question of denial. Among presenters are distinguished researchers Taner Akçam (Clark University, USA), Matthias Bjørnlund (Danish Institute for Study Abroad), Sigurd Sverre Stangeland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Vahé Tachjian (The Houshamadyan Project, Germany), Uğur Ümit Üngör (University of Utrecht, the Netherlands), Seyhan Bayraktar (Independent scholar, USA), Yair Auron (The Open University of Israel), Anton Weiss-Wendt (HL-senteret, Norway), Bård Larsen (Civita, Norway)

Place: Holocaust Senteret, Oslo

Organiser: Holocaust Senteret (The Center for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities)

Entrance: Free

Registration: arrangement@hlsenteret.no,

Deadline for registration: March 2.

More info

 

March 6, 17.30 - DISCUSSION: ”Forgotten by the world, the selective memory of the West”.

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

Discussion with Ara Sarafian the founding director of the Gomidas Institute in London and historian Bård Larsen from Civita, Oslo and freelance journalist Frida Sebina Skatvik from Oslo.

Place: Kulturkirken Jakob

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Entrance: Free

More info: http://red-zone.no/program-2015/theater-armine-sister/

http://red-zone.no/program-2015/

 

March 6, 20:00 - THEATRE: ”Armine, Sister”

Part of Red Zone 2015 Program

With Teatr Zar, Directed by founding leader of Teatr ZAR: Jarosław Fret

Performance by Teatr ZAR, which mirrors the Armenian genocide through a wordless, densified theater play. These three performances are the first in Scandinavia. Through their work Teatr ZAR centers on the history of ignorance that feeds on inaction and leads to inaction among today’s Europeans. The history of ignorance also includes the social story of building an accord of silence around each act of violence.

Place: Kanonhallen, Oslo

Organiser: Kirkelig Kulturverkstad (Norwegian Church's Cultural Agency)

Tickets: 400NOK, Student: 300NOK

Purchase at: https://www.billettservice.no/event/redzone-armine-sister-billetter/447367?language=no-no

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