Lectures are probably the best teaching method for a starving soul.

The lecture series is presented bi-weekly at the Eskijian museum to illustrate the creative accomplishments of the Armenian people over the centuries. Ararat-Eskijian Museum is more than just a repository of artefacts. It’s a living museum and library which offers diverse cultural and literary programs to its community at large by worldwide scholars from various countries. Young students can visit to discover their roots with an interest in Armenian history as well as provide a cultural framework. With these lecture series and exhibitions, people of all ethnic backgrounds can see the rich history of the Armenian nation who has seen the Genocide and survived.

The Museum maintains an active program from current issues, here in the United States, as well as the introduction of new publications and exhibitions. The library includes Armenian Genocide, Armenian History, Armenian Art, Armenian American Life, Armenian international magazines, and Armenian documentaries.

Visitors are welcome to use the museum library during regular hours. Books may not be checked out.