Armenian Film Series Screening: Survive, Remember, Thrive

Armenian Film Series Screening: Survive, Remember, Thrive


  • Location The Russell J. Salvatore Dining Commons at Niagara University

Details

Survive, Remember, Thrive: Armenian Traditions in Western New York is a documentary video series produced by the Folk Arts Program at the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University that celebrates local expressions of Armenian culture and heritage. 

Survive, Remember, Thrive preserves the traditions, memories, and stories of the local Armenian community through a short film and video series highlighting Armenian churches, oral history and family narratives, food traditions, family owned businesses, artistic crafts, music, and more. 

The series will debuted to the public in the spring of 2022 with a limited series screening of a short film by the Buffalo Documentary Project, produced by the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, and a selection of five short videos created by the Castellani Art Museum. 

If you are interested in more information about the film screening please contact the Project Director, Edward Y. J. Millar.

Please see below for a Campus Map for the program, including the location of the film screening on Niagara University Campus, and suggested parking.