July 2-August 17, 2013, Yerevan - "An Absent Presence" photographs and film exhibited as part of the mOther Armenia group exhibition, Center for Contemporary and Experimental Art.
May-June, 2012, Johannesburg, South Africa - "Masked" exhibited at Museum Africa - the A.R.T. Show, a project of Make Art/Stop AIDS.
April 3-25, 2012, Cape Town, South Africa - "Masked" exhibited at the Michaelis Gallery - the A.R.T. Show, a project of Make Art/Stop AIDS.
February 27, 2012, New York - United Nations, "Rural Women: Portrayal and Empowerment," lecture, on the occasion of the Commission on the Status of Women 56th session.
February 10-March 4, 2012, Durban, South Africa - "Masked" exhibited at the KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts - the A.R.T. Show, a project of Make Art/Stop AIDS.
December 1-January 25, 2012, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa - "Masked" exhibited at the Tatham Gallery - the A.R.T. Show, a project of Make Art/Stop AIDS.
October 26, 2011, Yerevan - Parallel Lives: Photography from Africa to Armenia - Discussion and Book Presentation for "How We Live." Hosted by Bureaucrat bookstore.
October 19, 2011, Yerevan - Lecture: Can Narrative Imagery Inspire Social Change? A Discussion with Documentary Photographer Sara Anjargolian with Maro Matosian, Tufenkian Foundation Country Director. Hosted by the Institute for Democracy and Human Rights.
September 24, 2011, Yerevan - Speaker, TEDx Yerevan, "What the Zulu People Taught Me About Photography and Life" - at the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies.
April 16, 2011, Istanbul - Photography presentation, film screening, book signing. Hosted by the Hrant Dink Foundation.
February 22, 2011, London - Photography presentation, film screening, book signing. Hosted by the Armenian community of London. Navasartian Centre, 223 Northfield Avenue, London W13 9QU.
December 9, 2010, Yerevan - UN awards ceremony - image on the cover of the How We Live book wins UNFPA 1st prize. More HERE.
December 2, 2010, Los Angeles - Photography presentation, film screening, book signing. Merdinian Auditorium, hosted by the ARPA Institute.
October 28, 2010, New York - Photography presentation, film screening, book signing. Fordham College at Lincoln Center, hosted by Columbia University's Middle East Institute & Armenian Studies Program and Fordham University's Armenian Association.
October 26, 2010, Montreal - Photography presentation, film screening, book signing. Hosted by the Canadian-Armenian Business Council.
October 22-24, 2010, Toronto - How We Live: Life on the Margins in Armenia - film screening and book signing. 5th Annual Pomegranate Film Festival, hosted by the Hamazkayin Film Committee.
March 26-27, 2010, Los Angeles - How We Live: Life on the Margins in Armenia - solo exhibition opening, book release, film screening - produced in collaboration with the Tufenkian Foundation, curated by Narineh Mirzaeian - Atwater Crossing, 3229 Casitas Ave. Los Angeles.
June 12, 2009, Hollywood - Journey to Armenia, group exhibition, A&I Photography Gallery. Proceeds to benefit the Real Medicine Foundation.
May 28-June 7, 2009, Toronto - Remains to Be Seen: Artistic Responses to Genocide, group exhibition, The Lennox Contemporary. Exhibit curator: Rhoda Converse. Panel discussion on June 4th to include Atom Egoyan, award-winning filmmaker.
February 23, 2009, Los Angeles - Two Photographic Presentations on Armenia's Past & Present, with Professor Donald Miller, University of Southern California.
February 12-22, 2009, Los Angeles - The Truth Dazzles Gradually, group exhibition, Center for Experimental Art & Architecture.
April 14-19, 2008, Pasadena - Seventy5 Feet, group exhibition, Art Center College of Design.
October 17, 2006, Pasadena - Images from Armenia, photography presentation, YWCA's Women for Racial Justice Annual Breakfast, Pasadena Convention Center.
May 6-8, 2005, Glendale - Return: Photographs from Armenia, solo exhibition, Harvest Gallery.
April 7, 2005, Los Angeles - Homecoming: Photography from Armenia, solo exhibition, Los Angeles City Hall.
August 20, 2004, Los Angeles - Status of Women in Armenia, with a special focus on domestic violence and trafficking, lecture, hosted by the Armenian Professional Society.
June 7, 2004, Yerevan - Violence in Armenian Families: Myth or Reality, lecture, American University of Armenia.
January 19, 2004, San Francisco - Status of Women in Armenia with a special focus on trafficking, panel discussion, hosted by the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU).
November 16, 2003, Washington, DC - Dynamics and Challenges of Post-Independence Armenia and Diaspora, panel discussion, hosted by St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church.