Programs

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Virtual Series

  • Georgian Literature Reading Series
    As part of our mission to promote Georgian culture, we were pleased to launch the “Virtual Georgian Literature Reading Series.” The goal of the series is to create an informal and interactive forum for those with interest in Georgian history and culture to read and discuss important Georgian books, both classic and contemporary. To that…
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  • Georgian Female Artists
    In this series of conversations, Tbilisi-born and New York-based curator and art writer Nina Mdivani will profile twelve Georgian women artists. Some of them are known to the wider audience, while some deserve to be rediscovered. Each presentation will include interviews with experts or artists and will be followed by a Q&A session. In this…
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Educational Projects

  • Georgian Heritage School in San Francisco
    Georgian Heritage School has been opened in San Francisco with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and the Consulate General of Georgia.
  • Academy of Georgian Heritage
    The Georgian Association in the USA is a proud supporter of the Academy of Georgian Heritage. The Academy emerged from a Sunday school project that the Georgian Association initiated in 2009-2010 together with St. Tamar’s Georgian Orthodox Church. Thanks to the efforts of the first teacher of the school, Ms. Nino Meladze, the project attracted tens of Georgian children from the Washington, DC…
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Georgian Heritage in the US

Profiles of Georgians in the US

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Oral History Project