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Cultural Fireworks in Tchambarak City
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Cultural Fireworks  in Tchambarak City

On March 14, 2014, within the framework of “Let’s Speak through Puppets” project, Hovhannes Tumanyan’s “The Death of Kikos” puppet musical performance was held in the hall of Tchambarak Municipality of Gegharkunik Province of the RA staged by “Areg” puppet theatre.

The hall was full of people not only from Tchambarak but also other villages of the region. People, both children and adults, stood in the corridors, balcony and looked forward to the highly-anticipated performance. Among the attendants of the event were representatives of almost all institutions of the city, children from schools, kindergartens, cultural figures – Head of the Department of Contemporary Art Vardan Grigoryan and Head of the State Puppet Theater after Hovhannes Tumanyan Ruben Babayan.

After a prolonged cultural silence in Tchambarak community, the hall was filled with delight and admiration. The performance and the very existence of the theater were highly praised by experts from the republic. Together with gifted child actor-puppeteers, the population welcomed the birth of Tchambarak’s “Areg” puppet theater.

The performance was organized by “Areguni” Social Development NGO within the framework of “Equal Opportunities for National Minorities and Disadvantaged Groups in Realizing Cultural Rights: Richness through Diversity” project, which is implemented Civic Development and Partnership Foundation, “NGO Center” Civil Society Development NGO and Ukraine’s GURT Resource Center with the financial support of the European Union. The goal of the project is to ensure cultural diversity and support the preservation of national minoritiy cultures by building capacities of leaders of local governments, civil society organizations and cultural institutions in Ukraine and Armenia.

Photographs of the puppet performance can be found at the following link:

https://plus.google.com/photos/110190565932688201307/albums/5992056051000058337?banner=pwa

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