YP Yerevan

The AGBU Young Professionals (YP)  are a growing network of YP groups and supporters from around the world who promote the Armenian identity and heritage for young Armenians between the ages of 22 to 40.

Inspiring YPs to get involved and stay involved through an open-door policy, the network has acquired an international reputation for fostering a sense of community and belonging.

The AGBU Young Professionals are the largest Armenian YP network of its kind today.

Making a difference for 15 years, the YP movement began in 1995 with the first group in Los Angeles.

Since then, the network has expanded to include groups in Northern California, Greater New York, Orange County, Lebanon, Philadelphia, Paris, Plovdiv, SofiaBoston, Toronto, London, Yerevan, Austria, BrazilWashington DCBuenos Aires, Montréal, Hamburg, United Arab Emirates, Marseille,and Chicago with partnerships with organizations SIVAM in Moscow and HAIK in Frankfurt.

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“The Song of a Refugee” is a musical performance of Armenian national songs. It is not only about geographical migration, but also about loss and longing for the homeland.

This performance was inspired by Heriqnaz Galstyan’s sculptural work, “Horovel”. The site-specific performance combines and erases the border between space, musician and dancer. At the end of the performance, Heriqnaz Galstyan’s artwork will be presented to the audience.

Sunday, June 17, 17:00 and 20:00
AGBU Armenia Gallery Space (2/2 Melik-Adamyan str.)

We kindly ask that guests arrive 15 minutes before the start of each viewing.

Free admission.


As part of the EU funded BRIDGE for CSOs program implemented by AGBU and EPF, we invite experts from the global Armenian diaspora to share their knowledge with local CSOs. It is within this framework that we are happy to announce a public lecture by Teni Shahiean on the practical application of the Refugee Convention.

Friday, June 15, at 16:00-18:00
AGBU Armenia Hall (2/2 Melik-Adamyan str.)

Register here to attend the lecture.


As part of the second edition of the French Classic Cinema cycle, every first Thursday of each month will be presented a cult film in partnership with Alliance Française d'Arménie, AGBU Armenia, Institut Français, and AFG Film Club. See you on June 14th for “French Cancan”.

(France, 1955, 102min)
Director: Jean Renoir,
Staring: Jean Gabin, Françoise Arnoul, Michel Piccoli, Édith Piaf.

Original version (French), English subtitles

Thursday, June 14, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
AGBU Armenia Hall (2/2 Melik-Adamyan St.)

Free admission.


Armenian General Benevolent Union cordially invites for a meeting and panel discussion on the behind the scenes and cultural criticism of "La Structure".

Viken Berberian - author
Garine Torossian - filmmaker
Anna K. Gargarian - curator
The event will be moderated by Roubina Margossian

Books will be available for purchase at the event, and a book-signing by the author will follow the discussion. The discussion language is English.

Thursday, June 14, 19:00
AGBU Armenia Gallery (2/2 Melik-Adamyan St.)

Free admission.


AGBU Exhibitions invites you to the opening of the exhibition “La Structure est Pourrie, Camarade” (The Structure is Rotten, Comrade). The exhibit takes a look at the process, story, and symbolism of Viken Berberian’s recently published graphic novel, illustrated by Yann Kebbi. Explosive colors, unconventional graphic layout, and tragic humor have gained the novel critical acclaim by the French press like Le Monde, Beaux Arts, and France Culture as well as a special event last June at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Learn how Viken and Yann create this novel over the course of five-years and across multiple cities from Yerevan, to Paris, to Montreal, and Moscow. The exhibit features behind the scenes content, extracts from the novel, as well as a film short by Gariné Torossian.

Opening ceremony will take place:

Thursday, May 31, at 18:00
AGBU Ground Floor Gallery (2/2 Melik-Adamyan str.)

The exhibition will last till June 15, 2018.

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