Young Armenian art historians presented their annual research at the National Academy of Sciences
Between December 8 and 11, the 16th annual scientific session of the Young Armenian Art Historians took place at the National Academy of Sciences in celebration of the 80th anniversary of its establishment.
Eminent scholars from Armenia and abroad participated in the event, presenting more than four dozen scientific presentations dedicated to the life and activities of renowned artists and the theory and history of Armenian art. The presentations also explored the artistic and aesthetic connections between Armenian art and other civilizations.
During her speech, Dr. Professor Anna Asatryan, the Head of the Institute of Art at the National Academy of Sciences, emphasized the significance of the sessions in shaping the overall perception of the field. These sessions provide an opportunity to engage with scholars from different generations and to cultivate an interest in Armenian culture and art. The importance of these meetings in fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of the subject matter cannot be overstated.