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Art in Embassies - Yerevan 2012

July 9, 2012 - July 9, 2014

Venue
Embassy of the United States

Location
Yerevan, Armenia

Zither by Gordon Chin © 2006 Creativity Explored. Acrylic on plexiglass.

Gordon Chin and Beth Zmerzlikar join six other American artists whose work is exhibited in Yerevan 2012.

Representatives from the Department of States' office of Art in Embassies (AIE) program selected two artists from Creativity Explored to be represented in its three-year exhibition at the Yerevan Embassy in Armenia. Congratulations to Beth Zmerzlikar and Gordon Chin for this unique honor.

AIE was established by the Museum of Modern Art in 1953, and formalized as part of the Department of State by the Kennedy administration in 1963. AIE is one of the United States’ premier public-private partnership arts organizations, with over 20,000 individual and institutional participants, and a presence in some 200 venues within 189 countries worldwide. AIE furthers U.S. diplomacy through the power of the visual arts by expansive international cultural exchange initiatives.

AIE’s exhibitions allow foreign citizens, many of whom might never travel to the United States, to personally experience the depth and breadth of our artistic heritage and values.

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