The Armenian National Committee of Massachusetts and the Armenian Library and Museum of America is hosting a photography exhibit at the State House on Beacon Hill this week. The exhibit, called "iwitness," documents the oral histories and black-and-white portraits of survivors of the Armenian genocide by Los Angeles-based photographers Ara Oshagan and Levon Parian. The exhibit is free and runs through Friday. It then will move to the Armenian Library and Museum of America, 65 Main St., Watertown, where it will be on display from April 2 through May.
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