Michael Aram Wolohojian
Honoring his ancestors by creating a positive sculpture for reflecting on the present and future.
Richard Hagopian and Andrew Hagopian
Oud Master and His Grandson
Passing on an unwritten tradition to his grandson, a rare fifteen-year old who embraces this legacy wholeheartedly.
Activist, Executive Director, Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA)
Seeking justice in the name of the Genocide and working to garner political support for a strong Armenian future.
Comedian and Social Satirist
Preparing for her next performance of “The Big Bad Armo Show.” Entertaining while using humor to create vital cultural discussions.
Singer, Songwriter, Capital Cities
Balancing his public persona and #1 hits with a deeply personal journey to understand his own family’s history.
John and Annie Sweers
Educators, Volunteers in Armenia
An Armenian-American man who grew up in Wisconsin with little exposure to Armenian culture searches for his identity by traveling to Armenia through an immersive cultural experience and volunteering program, at the same time sharing the experience with his non-Armenian wife who gains her own perspective.
Granddaughter of Living Genocide Survivor, Asdghig Alemian
She knows it is her responsibility to perpetuate her Armenian culture through her actions every day. These actions include teaching Armenian dance at her children's school and leading her church's Ladies Guild.
Investment Banker, Parish Council, Holy Cross Church
Having made billions for his clients, he has turned his skills to saving his church from bankruptcy.