Preserving the global Armenian experience through photography

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Help Us Jumpstart Our New Chapter

Project Save is a unique, 48-year-old startup with massive potential! Now we’re in an exciting period of expansion, so this is the time to get involved on the ground floor & help us jumpstart a new chapter!

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Some of our major changes since 2021:

  • A new, spacious location with offices and a gallery space for exhibits and events!
  • Articles about Project Save in The Smithsonian Magazine, Boston Globe, and Acid Free.
  • New Advisory Board whose members are high-level experts from the Getty Museum, the Smithsonian, Oxford University, Library of Congress, Harvard University, Boston Public Library, and other institutions.
  • Conversations on Photography series of talks by photographers, researchers, and archivists from around the world.
  • Annual Artist & Research Residency for accomplished researchers and creators to engage with the archives and produce new work.
  • Beautiful new website to engage more with the public, researchers, educators, and artists.
Black and white photo of a large family group. The young children are seated in front of the adults.


Short-term goal: $55,000

This amount will go toward archiving & digitizing

more of the Genocide-related collections in our backlog of photographs.

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From Artsakh to Aleppo, history has been repeating itself lately.

With the tragic loss of Artsakh, people’s photographs were also lost. In an instant, thousands of photographs documenting many generations of vibrant Armenian culture and life on that land are gone. And once gone, such photographs–and the stories they tell–are irreplaceable.

Project Save is the largest and oldest organization in the world whose mission has been to preserve, catalog, and share photographs of the Armenian global experience. In our 48 years, never has that mission been more urgent and vital than right now.

Invest in our mission to preserve and tell the Armenian story through photographs–a universal story of struggle, survival, change, and revival

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