Yerevan Theater Institute joins UNESCO's alliance

Yerevan Theater Institute joins UNESCO's alliance

PanARMENIAN.Net - Yerevan State Institute of Theater and Cinematography has joined UNESCO's Global Alliance of Theater Schools, institute rector Armen Mazmanyan said.

“The Alliance also comprises international youth festival which is held once in every two years in one of world capitals. Romanian capital Bucharest is going to host the event in 2012, and Armenian Institute of Theater will definitely participate in the festival,” Mazmanyan told a press conference on April 20.

He further said that the Armenian authorities have in principle agreed to host the festival in 2014.

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