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Educational Programs at the Interactive Study Center

September 30, 2017
The Cafesjian Center for the Arts offers new educational programs to be held at the Interactive Study Center. Programs are designed for children 4 +. 

Color Your World
Let’s explore the world of colors and forms. 
Through this program our youngest participants will learn about geometric forms and colors, create new images with pencils. Afterwards, they will find the corresponding forms in the children’s books in our Family Corner.

Book Club – Book Reading and Depiction of Heroes
Everyone loves fairytales. Welcome to our world of fairytales! We will not only read them, but also depict the heroes of those tales.

A Story of One Painting
Let’s recognize the masterpieces of the world art: Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers, Martiros Saryan’s Armenia, Hovhannes Aivazovsky's The Ninth Wave and many other works.
In each session, participants will be introduced to a famous work of art, after which they will create their own version of the work. At the end of the program, participants will have a virtual tour of the museum, where the artwork is exhibited.

Identify the Work of Art: An Interactive Game for All
This intellectual game will help to combine the useful with the pleasure: developing memory, while increasing the knowledge of art.
The memory game consists of 24 cards that have images of artworks exhibited at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts. During the game, participants will try to find twelve matching couples from the blended cards.

Participation in the program is free, with prior reservation. For more information please call: +37410 541932/34.

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