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2016

September 17, 2016
Now, you can stream The Story of Two Women / From Guilt to Redemption on YouTube.
Now, you can stream Journey to Resurrection on YouTube.
Now, you can stream Biblical Parallels on YouTube.

August 26, 2016The Story of Two Women / From Guilt to Redemption.
Now, you can view the paintings online, or order a DVD, of this new thematic series.

March 30, 2016YouTube.
Now, you can stream Uprooted on YouTube.

2015

September/October, 2015Presbyterians Today/Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY.
Uprooted: A visual essay on the Armenian Genocide and the will to endure.

Summer, 2015The Racial Ethnic Torch/Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY.
An Artists Journey: Lucy Janjigian.

May 6, 2015Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY.
Presbyterian artist illustrates the plight of the homeless on canvas: Artist Lucy Janjigian brings her work to the Office of Public Witness.

April 16, 2015Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY.
Observing the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

April, 2015—Exhibition – Lucy Janjigian: Homeless
HOMELESS paintings at the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness in Washington, DC. The opening was April 20, 2015, which is the last day of Ecumenical Advocacy Days (April 15-20, 2015).

2013

August 13Published for the Presbyterian Mission Agency for the 2013 Peacemaking Offering, Louisville, KY.
2013 Peacemaking Offering: World Communion Sunday
To purchase this poster.

MarchFresno State University/Armenian Studies Program, Fresno, CA.
Armenian Studies Program Book/Video/CD/Archival Gifts

JanuaryPresbyterian Church (USA)/National Black Presbyterian Caucus, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Colors of the Human Family, page 17.
“…the voice of a Middle Eastern woman was added with the input of several Middle Eastern women, Leila Abdul-Karen and Lucy Janjigian…” More…

 

Press Highlights

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May 6, 2015Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY.
Presbyterian artist illustrates the plight of the homeless on canvas: Artist Lucy Janjigian brings her work to the Office of Public Witness.

March 15, 2008The Paramus Post, Paramus, NJ.
She’s All That: Artist, Artiste, Painter, Sculptor, She’s Lucy Janjigian.

June, 2005Forum: The Quarterly Journal of the Armenian Evangelical
Union of North America, Pasadena, CA.

The Art of Lucy Janjigian: A Graphic Language of God’s Love.

Nov/Dec, 1997AMAA News, Paramus, NJ.
Touching the Lives of Armenian Children by Lucy Janjigian.

March 27, 1994The New York Times, New York, NY.
Scholar Sees 4 Views of Jesus in Accounts of Death.
“…Lucy Janjigian, an artist from Franklin Lakes, N.J., said, “I’m looking
forward to reading the Bible with new insight…”
More…

December 1, 1988Artspeak, New York, NY.
The painterly conscience of Lucy Janjigian.