A VISION FOR MESOPOTAMIAN NIGHT

A VISION FOR MESOPOTAMIAN NIGHT

Dr. Eden Naby Frye January 14, 2020   From its origins in 2007 in a charming walnut orchard setting in Modesto, California, Mesopotamian Night¬†(Ramsha d-Bet Nahrain) has become an established part of the multi-pronged move to preserve, expand and popularize...

MN-2010 Musical Inspires The Graphic Artist

The following graphic designs are submitted by Mr. Wilson Wilson in celebration of the upcoming Mesopotamian Night 2010 musical event. The painting in the design is by Mr. Paul Batou.

AAS-A Newsletter Online

The June 2010 issue of the AAS-A Tree of Life quarterly newsletter has just gone to the printers but is available immediately for you to read online in its digital edition.This issue includes the following stories:- AAS-A Directors Travel to Iraq- New Textbooks for...

AAS-A DENOUNCES DEADLY BOMBING IN MOSUL

Latest Press Release by AAS-A Head quarters in BerkleyThe Assyrian Aid Society of America joins with those in the Homeland and around the world in denouncing the brutal and cowardly bombing of University of Mosul buses on Sunday that killed four students from...

Another Assyrian Arts Riot Pops up in Los Angles!

“Namroud Flower by Paul Batou” While we are busy here in Modesto planning “A Riot of Assyrian Arts”, the Los Angles Chapter of the Assyrian Aid Society of America has set “A Revolution of Assyrian Arts” this week which will reach...

A Tribute to the Assyrian Visual Arts

In addition to presenting Assyrian music in a form and shape not seen before, the Mesopotamian Night project has also been a hub to show case the Assyrian Visual Arts. A tradition that has been taken to another level recently by the Los Angles Chapter of our...