Glendale city officials and community leaders recently unveiled an exhibition at the Brand Library and Art Center that explores the history of the Armenian people as well as the context and aftermath of the Armenian Genocide.
“Armenia: An Open Wound,” which opened Saturday to a crowd of about 500 attendees, runs Tuesdays through Saturdays until June 11. Admission is free.
The exhibition — presented by the city’s Library, Arts and Culture Department in partnership with the Armenian American Museum — takes between 30 to 45 minutes to walk through. It comes to Glendale after a one-year run in Mexico City’s Museum of Memory and Tolerance, where it was created.