This paper seeks to present a comprehensive picture of the Armenian community of Tbilisi, based on extensive ethnographic field-work carried out in Tbilisi during 2006-2008. The paper aims to explore the following main aspects of the Tbilisi Armenian community: a) a brief history of the community's formation and its current social-demographic situation, and b) the community's structure and agents. In addition, the following questions will be addressed: What are the current problems and challenges faced by the community today (how the community actors see these challenges and what approaches they have to address the issues)? How do Tbilisi Armenians perceive Armenia? Components of the identity of the Armenian community in Tbilisi also will be addressed, such as ceremonial and holiday traditions, symbols, and so on.