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TRACE by Rouzanna Berberian

January 13 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST


January 13, 2024 – The Center for Armenian Arts is excited to announce the Grand Opening in the heart of the Armenian community. This new contemporary art space will serve as a vibrant cultural hub, offering a variety of artistic experiences including visual and performing arts. The center will play a crucial role in promoting the rich Armenian heritage in the diaspora while providing a collective space for artistic expression.

The gallery will host regular events and serve as a platform for talented artists, dancers, poets, and directors to showcase their craft and create meaningful connections with the audience. These art forms will preserve the cultural heritage of the Armenian people and pass it on to future generations. Whether you are an artist, performer, or simply an appreciator of the arts, the gallery welcomes you to experience the beauty and richness of Armenian culture. By fostering a sense of community and pride, it will serve as a bridge for cultural exchange among Armenians and beyond.

The Grand Opening celebration, along with the art exhibition “TRACE” by Rouzanna Berberian, will take place on Saturday, January 13, 2024 at 5:00 PM.

The Center for Armenian Arts is also thrilled to announce its inaugural exhibition, “TRACE,” by artist Rouzanna Berberian. This solo show, held at the gallery’s grand opening, showcases Berberian’s exploration of the intricate patterns found in Armenian rugs and their visual relationship to flexible circuit board designs portrayed as geometric abstractions. Drawing inspiration from the way circuit boards store and transmit data, Rouzanna aims to uncover valuable information by examining Armenian rug patterns and symbols. She firmly believes that these meticulously crafted designs carry encoded messages, passed down through generations by Armenian female ancestors. They skillfully blend function and beauty, creating a truly captivating form of artistic expression. “TRACE” invites viewers to embark on a journey that merges traditional craftsmanship with modern technology. Through the fusion of Armenian rug patterns and circuit board designs, Berberian encourages us to contemplate the interconnectedness of art, culture, and technological advancements.

“TRACE” will be on display at the gallery from January 13, 2024, to January 28, 2024.

The Center For Armenian Arts is located at 250 North Orange Street, Glendale, CA 91203

It offers a unique opportunity for the community to engage with the rich cultural heritage of the Armenian people and explore the intersection of art and technology through contemporary art.

For more information, please visit the Center for Armenian Arts or contact Stepan Partamian at info@armenianarts.com or 747-208-2000.

The Center for Armenian Arts:

The Center for Armenian Arts is a leading institution dedicated to promoting and preserving Armenian art and culture. Through exhibitions, educational programs, and community outreach, the Center aims to foster appreciation and understanding of Armenian artistic heritage.

Artist Rouzanna Berberian:

Rouzanna Berberian is an accomplished artist whose work explores the intersections of art, culture, and technology. Her paintings reflect her deep connection to Armenian history and traditions, as well as her fascination with the possibilities offered by modern technology. You may see additional work by visiting her website at www.rouzannaberberian.com


January 13
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST


Armenian Arts
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The Center for Armenian Arts
250 North Orange Street
Gllendale, CA 91203 United States
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