Yerevan’s Hidden Beauty

How attentive are we as we walk the streets of the capital? Do we notice the handful of beauties hidden away in its cozy corners? Are we aware that one can find a work of art at every step in Yerevan?

14/11/2014, 10:59

Crowdfunding for the Environment

In this article, Oscar Alvarado describes for ImYerevan the gravity of the situation and ONEArmenia's current campaign to help relieve some of the pressure.

11/11/2014, 15:58

Guerrilla Gardeners in Yerevan Plant Seeds of Activism

On October 25th, a workshop called “Guerrilla Gardening” took place in Yerevan and planted the seeds for a new environment-conscious effort in the city’s urban landscape.

28/10/2014, 15:45

A New Café in Yerevan Fuses Existentialism and Fun

"Man is condemned to be free"—Inspired by these words of Jean-Paul Sartre, Narek Bakhtamyan, one of the founders of Jean-Paul Existential Cafe, creates an environment that is entirely focused on the individual.

24/10/2014, 11:08

Is Tagging Taking Over Yerevan?

ImYerevan covers the city's recent anonymous tagger.

17/10/2014, 14:38

Armenian Navigator: Mapping A Nation Through Culture

Director of the company Yerevan Productions, Eduard Ayanyan, speaks about the Armenian Navigator mobile application and its relevance to both Armenian and global audiences.

26/09/2014, 10:11

Curating the Past to Create a More Hopeful Future

Curating a city’s history is no small feat in any city. Yerevan’s History Museum demonstrates to how it plans to present the city’s past to current generations with an eye on its future.

19/09/2014, 21:44

ImYerevan's Photo Shoot with Actor Ken Davitian

Borat co-star Ken Davitian visits Yerevan in July of 2014 and poses with the city's monuments.

15/09/2014, 16:06

Collecting Perspectives: Interviews with Yerevan's Europe Day Visitors's team chased down some of the city's Europe Day guests to ask some penetrating questions. Their feedback includes a wide range of both praise and criticism.

30/05/2014, 12:10

Cross roads

Two women from different worlds told us their stories of courage and dedication. Baroness Cox is a representative of the British noble class. She is a former Speaker of the House of Lords. Dr. Ani Kalayjian is from an Armenian family of Genocide survivors.

05/08/2013, 16:30