Matenadaran Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts named after Mesrop Mashtots
Head of PR Department
As the Head of the Public Relations department, Tatevik’s responsibilities includes managing research and archival material whilst working with the media. Alongside this, she supports film crews working on projects involving the activities of the research institute, the museum complex, scientific and technical departments and the collection.
Other duties include organising upcoming events, exhibitions, conferences, lectures, official visits, and educational programmes, collaborating with various institutes and educational centres. Currently, Tatevik is working on the brand package of the institute and creating a new website, alongside work on museum access.
As an educator and museologist, museum interests are PR and marketing, exhibitions, conferences and training courses and programmes. Also, medieval art: manuscripts and paintings. Personal interests include ethnography, sociology, museum pedagogy and the history of everyday life.
In addition to working at the Matenadaran, Tatevik is a PHD student in the same institution, the topic of her research being ‘Coffee and the history of the Armenian’s everyday life (from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 21st century)’ which has involved several events such as talks, performances and an exhibition in 2022.
At the British Museum
During Tatevik’s time on the International Training Programme she spent time in whole group sessions for a detailed overview of all aspects of the Museum’s work, both front of house and behind the scenes. She also spent time in the Middle East department. Tatevik spent her UK partner placement at National Museums Northern Ireland.
Tatevik’s place on the International Training Programme was generously sponsored by the supporters of the Lambert Fellowship.