Byzantine Iconography Workshop – Theodoros Papadopoulos

13-17 June 2016
Redemptorist Retreat Center
1800 N Timber Trail Ln,
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
$570 for classes & materials
Lodging/meals extra

Icon Painting Workshop – Our Mother of Perpetual Help / Theotokos of the Passion

(from the instructor’s website…)

Join us on this five-day intensive course where we will immerse ourselves in the painting techniques of Byzantium. The subject of the icon of “Our Mother of Perpetual Help / Theotokos of the Passion”, will come alive before you as the instructor, Theodoros Papadopoulos, guides you, step by step, through the ancient techniques of Byzantine Iconography. Let us journey together to discover new secrets in this traditional artistic expression of theology and spirituality, in this meeting place of the Divine. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, this workshop offers an opportunity to learn and/or refine your techniques in this sacred art.

For more information or to register, please see the link above or go to Lumen Christi Art


St. Nikola Youth Dancers – new season of dance beginning

(begins) 4 October 2015
St. Nikola Serbian Orthodox Church Hall
3802 E Squire Ave
Cudahy, Wisconsin 53110

Join in for a new season of dance!
Open Practice & sign up for ages 5+


Jelena Ristic, instructor

Art Exhibit – Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections

Saturday, September 27, 2014–Sunday, February 15, 2015
The Art Institute
111 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603

From the Art Institute description:

Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections presents 63 superb artworks from the early Christian and Byzantine eras in the Mary and Michael Jaharis Galleries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Art. Originally exhibited at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the exhibition represents major artistic holdings from Greece—many of which have never been exhibited outside that country—consisting of shimmering mosaics, architectural fragments, manuscripts, luxury glass, silver, personal adornments, liturgical textiles, and painted icons. The Art Institute’s display offers a selection of exceptional works from the original exhibition, including the debut of the 14th-century Icon of Saint Prokopios.

For more information, please visit the Art Institute website feature about this collection: