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15 november 2017

Education project ''Histories through Ceramics''

From the 15th of November, in ''The Gallery of Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters'' is being realized social-educational, rehabilitation project ''Histories through Ceramics'' with the financing of ''CHARM'' Swiss Association for Young People in Within the framework of the project is planned to invest ceramics workshop in Aslamazyans’ gallery and consider the gallery as an art-therapeutic, ceramics educational research centre. The aim of the project: ''Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters’ Gallery'' being the only gallery of the female artists in the territory is considered the carrier of the Armenian high cultural traditions of painting and ceramics representing the unique and the largest collection of Aslamazyan sisters in the world.
From the 15th of November, in ''The Gallery of Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters'' is being realized social-educational, rehabilitation project ''Histories through Ceramics'' with the financing of ''CHARM'' Swiss Association for Young People in Within the framework of the project is planned to invest ceramics workshop in Aslamazyans’ gallery and consider the gallery as an art-therapeutic, ceramics educational research centre. The aim of the project: ''Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters’ Gallery'' being the only gallery of the female artists in the territory is considered the carrier of the Armenian high cultural traditions of painting and ceramics representing the unique and the largest collection of Aslamazyan sisters in the world. During its history Gyumri was always considered a town of culture, arts and crafts in the territory. Spitak ruinous earthquake of 1988 not only caused physical, material and social heavy damages to the erstwhile developing industrial town and inhabitants, but also the inhabitants of post-earthquake town had and until now has psychological - conscious problem which in its turn brings to the loss of national identity and cultural ideological traditions. The above mentioned is followed by the oblivion of the cultural profound traditions and the different directions of arts and crafts. Though Gyumri had very famous ceramists in the world, in the face of Aslamazyan sisters, unfortunately in present in our town and in the region ceramics is considered forgotten and not developing cultural direction despite the fact that for the erstwhile industrial town this branch could be a strategic direction creating conditions for economic growth and tourism enhancement. In this context, the museums, in the face of ''Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters’ Gallery'', play the most important role for the development of disaster zone, dissemination and promotion of the culture, and preservation of the national identity. The mission of the museums is to search new ways and to realize education projects for the disaster zone inhabitants, to use art as an art therapy tool to develop the community and to solve the economical and social problems of the community through art and creative mind. With this project is foreseen to create and found ceramics education and research centre – workshop in ‘'The Gallery of Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan Sisters'', the goal of which is: • to found and to create a centre for ceramics production • to realize long-term and short-term education projects for the project beneficiaries in the centre • To carry out education projects for the community inhabitants – for socially disadvantaged families, for the families who live in the temporary cottages and to give them possibility to acquire a new profession providing new working places. • To develop production of souvenirs The goal of the project is not only to consider the ceramic’s workshop in the gallery as a n education, research, therapeutic centre, but to teach the inhabitants of the community and the beneficiaries of the project to convert that skills and knowledge as a production, and to make use of their creative thoughts trying to find new ways to solve the social problems of their new forming environment which is very important stimulus both for the development, and the economic growth and cultural connections reinforcement of the community.