A newly renovated museum in Jerusalem’s Old City explores 3,000 years of Armenian art, culture, and history.
We review the book Feast of Ashes, by Sato Moughalian, which chronicles the origins of the Armenian ceramic tradition in Jerusalem, first introduced there by the author’s grandfather, a refugee from the Armenian genocide.
Photographer Mustafa al-Kharouf reveals his love for Armenian ceramic art as part of our series on Jerusalemites’ favorite places in the city.
The Armenian boy who was sold as a slave would provide Jerusalem with a treasure of historic photographs.
A new book traces the deeply rooted history and contributions of Armenians in Palestine.
Jerusalem’s historian and defender of academic freedom, who fought to preserve the city’s diversity and plurality