(in English, in East and Weast Armenian)
The tale confirms the sense of being just and love for kindness, to educate the boldness of the thought and the bravery of the imagination. The man needed these features during all ages, and they are much more necessary nowadays, because this is the time of unknown deeds and discoveries. But all the discoveries, big or small, begin from “Once, upon a time…”
A fairy tale is considered to be a very deep and developed falsehood. Through fairy tales has been developed people’s strive for rich imagination and artistic creation. A tale requires creative imagination on the part of the listener. Sometimes the most daring fairy inventions become reality. The Armenian tales with their varied magic, adventurous and humorous trends occupy an important place in the world’s Literative of fairy tales. Let’s imagine the Armenian children in the era of modern informational inexhaustible resources! As in most of the cases the information is available only in English there arises the need of getting certain interesting data in the Armenian language, otherwise the information and pictures, concerning singers, film-stars and sportsmen will lose their charm as there is no any educational factor in them.
The project created by Ani Khachatryan with the students of 14-16 years old.
This time they have made up their minds to create an illustrated site, having no analogy and called “tales”. Pictures, painted according to the tales, by 10-16 years old teenagers of the Drawing Department of the Gyumri National Art Centre.
The project includes 27 tales with text and sound.