Ani Aznauryan

I’m Ani Aznauryan born in Yerevan, Armenia. I was “based” as myself in the surrounding of my family, my friends and the best-quality, coolest and most amazing artists in town.

Questions and answers

Who are you?

I am THAT lucky girl who found a great family of artists that speak so many different “languages” yet understand each other perfectly. I’m grateful to and for every teacher that opened my mind so wide that I can now, today, communicate and intermingle with the community of GUrban and much more.

The media you work with?

I help the team with some organisational tasks, capture the brightest moments for future publications with a camera and so SMM for one of our project accounts.

What do you do? What is your topic of research?


What does it mean for you?

This means a lot to me! As an 18 year old, not many get the opportunity to be a part of such a great cause. We are doing “a good thing” for our country. In a couple years, I hope that art will be better interpreted and recognised in our country and around the world. This is not “just a project”, this is education, acquaintances and much more.

Interesting fact about you…

I have believed all my life that I was meant to be an artist, I used to feel it in my bones. Today I keep it as a hobby, which is also great. I wish, though, to invest more energy and time into it.

“I believe in the power of …”

“I believe in the power of love and passion, it allows us to bend reality, create and see the Yin Yang in life and all around.”

What does Ground mean to you?

Ground to me is everything. It’s where, I believe, we get our energy from. It’s what connects us with the earth. When I’m not wearing shoes I feel much more in touch with both our and the spiritual world. I’m a dancer and movement comes to me from the Ground.