On the occasion of the Armenian genocide centenary commemoration (April 24, 2015), ARAAGOUC Project, an artist-run initiative, brings together visual artists from different parts of the world, exclusively of non-Armenian ethnicity and as a tribute, to explore the power of art in the Awareness of the Armenian Genocide and Other Unpunished Crimes, by giving their vision and interpretation about the tragedy that took place in 1915 in the Ottoman Empire, its consequences and its direct/indirect impact on our world.

By remembering the Armenian Genocide, we can prevent other people from suffering the same fate as the Armenian nation.

By setting up a creative intelligence around this key project, we develop a cross-combination of multiple creative minds, disciplines and ideas, that will hopefully encourage the world to react and get people’s attention in a distinctive way.

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