Lvis Mejía is an artist based in Berlin, Germany. He works in time-based media, and is a founding member of … More
New Illuminations featured in Book Arts-UK!
Book Arts is a multi-faceted project through the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol that undertakes research projects, … More
CALL TO PERFORMERS/Կոչ մասնակիցներին
հայերենի տեքստը ստորև ն է գտնվում Dear artists, storytellers, musicians and performers, HAYP Pop Up Gallery will be back in … More
What’s hayp-ening in Gyumri?
by Charlotte Poulain Last weekend, the HAYP team traveled to Gyumri – Armenia’s second largest city, described by many as … More
HAYP takes a trip to the USA…
You may have been wondering what the HAYP Pop Up Gallery team has been up to since our last event … More
Introducing: The New Illuminations
Originally posted on New Illuminations:
by Anna Gargarian, HAYP Pop Up Gallery The idea for “New Illuminations” took root in the creative…
We’re talking about Community-Engaged Art in Gyumri!
This Saturday, the HAYP team travelled to Gyumri to give a talk at KASA – Fondation Humanitaire Suisse.
KASA Foundation hosts HAYP!
KASA Foundation invites HAYP Pop Up Gallery co-founders Anna K. Gargarian and Charlotte K. Poulain to host a discussion on … More
A look back on our first full year
Well team, welcome to the new year. We hope you had wonderful holidays full of family, friends, and fermented grapes and pomegranates to welcome in 2016. We have so much to look forward to this year, but before we start planning for the days ahead, we want to give out a huge congratulations to everyone for making 2015 a phenomenal introductory year.
Transit via Bayandur
From October 28 to November 1, HAYP Pop Up Gallery took over the Yerevan-Gyumri train with an art installation and a series of performances. One of those performances was an original project put together by Nairi Hakhverdi, titled “Literary train” (Stories from the 1920s).