AN INTRODUCTION TO ARMENIAN HISTORY, CULTURE & HERITAGE
6 half day course
Course 2: "Nor Arax" an Armenian Village in Southern Italy – Emilia Ashken De Tommasi (Wyszynski)
Armenian Village of Nor Araks in Italy. In the 1920s in Italy, famous Armenian symbolist poet Hrant Nazarian gathered 150 Armenians, survivors of massacres of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey, and founded the village of Nor-Araks (Armenian: “New Araks”) near the city of Bari.
Time: 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Places are limited.
Tel: 020 8992 4621
What does this course offer?
• A better understanding of Armenian history, culture and heritage
• An opportunity for families to learn together about their past
• Improve prospects into further learning
• A chance to ask questions and interact with others in a friendly & welcoming environment
The CAIA thanks to a small grant from ‘Ealing Adult Education Department’ is organising another course to meet the demand from families and young Armenians born or growing up in this country as well as those connected to them such as people married to Armenians or mixed heritage to appreciate Armenian history and culture. The course is also open and suitable to anyone with an interest in history, culture and heritage.
This course is designed by way of introduction to increase knowledge of Armenian history, culture, identity & dispersion and to enable adults/young people to understand better about where, why and how Armenians have arrived in UK and the challenges facing them.
Who should attend?
Those who wish to increase their knowledge and families/friends learning together are most welcome.
This is a free course in English open for anyone. However, you must register and complete a feedback evaluation form at the end of each session.