16:26 | 21.12.18 | News | 15366

Cafesjian Center holds children's New Year program with Beeline’s support

“The Miracle of New Year and Christmas” program took place at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts on December 21, with Beeline’s support.

Within the scope of the annual creative-recreational program, participants, with the help of representatives of nine embassies, prepared traditional Christmas ornaments and decorated the World Christmas Tree, thus interacting with the Christmas traditions of different cultures. The program was held at the Interactive Study Center of CCA.

“The Miracle of New Year and Christmas program for families is one of the most anticipated educational initiatives of CCA. For nine years already the Center has been engaging children and families in the joy of the Holiday Season, presenting uniquely creative approach each time. This year we have invited the embassies of different countries, encouraging children’s interaction with various cultures. We thank our partner, Beeline, for supporting the educational programs of CCA, as well as the embassies of the participant countries,” noted Vahagn Marabyan, the Acting Executive Director of CCA.

“We are always glad to support the realization of the New Year’s program of our partner, the Cafesjian Center for the Arts, in order to give children the gift of New Year’s miracle. It is particularly important that our children get acquainted with world culture and gain new knowledge during the Holiday. This is an important premise for having an intelligent and well-educated generation,” noted Andrey Pyatakhin, the CEO of Beeline Armenia.

Beeline and CCA have been partners since 2011. Various programs, aimed to develop aesthetic education amongst children, teenagers, and families, are periodically realized at CCA within the framework of this long-term cooperation. The Interactive Study Center, which was opened in 2015 with support Beeline’s support, was provided with modern digital technologies, thus making the online collections of major museums and other art centers’ databases accessible to CCA visitors.