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2017 UPCOMING EVENTS
NOW through December 31: Kickstarter/Indiegogo Campaign—Tell your friends! Help us bring great programs on Iconography to your neighborhood! Lectures, Courses, films and seminars. See website for more information.
September 1st, at 6 pm First Friday Lecture Series: a special showing of the Andre Rublev movie “Andre Rublev” by Tarkovsky. $10 donation.
September 23–24; Sat.10am–4pm, Sun 1-6: Encaustic/Wax Course of the Sinai Pantocrator—Two intensive days using a cold wax method. No gilding possible during the workshop, but we can set up a special gilding day after. Course taught by Colette Kalvesmaki. $300 + $30 (supplies).
September 30th Drawing II Course with Karen Ward. Friday 10-4 Cost: $130
October 6, 7pm: First Friday lecture by a scholar or artist. Suggested donation: $10
October 13 Opening–December 30: Student Exhibition—Calling All Students of Wayne Hajos, Karen Ward and Colette Kalvesmaki! We are hosting our first icon exhibit which can include other icons and drawings of icons you have done since your instruction. Deadline for entry: October 1st.
October 14-Intensive Drawing Class I for beginners with Karen Ward. Time:Saturday at 10-4. Cost $130.00.
October 27, Friday at 5:30–8pm: Student Exhibition Reception—A special reception will be held to honor our first student icon exhibit. Invite your friends, neighbors, church members, co-workers and family!
October 28, Saturday at 10am–1pm: Beginning Gilding Course—Join us for four hours of instruction learning the various types of gilding used in Iconography and other contexts. $135. Course taught by Colette Kalvesmaki.
November 3rd, 7pm. First Friday lecture by a scholar or artist. Suggested donation: $10
November 4th, Sat. 10am: Dumbarton Oaks Behind the Exhibit—An exclusive invitation by Dumbarton Oaks to go behind the scenes to see and handle their artifacts, not normally seen by the public This is a continuation of the Ivory Lecture held at CBMA by Dr. Gudrun Buehl; Head Curator of Dumbarton Oaks Museum Collections. Maximum of 10 students. Suggested donation: $25. Sign up now!
December 1st, 7pm First Friday lecture by a scholar or artist. Suggested donation: $10
December 2nd, 11am–12:30pm: St. Nicholas Children’s Story and Craft Day
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE EVENTS MAY BE FOUND ON THE WEBSITE byzarts.com:
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Icon Galleries and Store are located at:
Center for Byzantine Material Arts
The Monroe Street Arts Walk
(by Catholic University)
716 Monroe St. NE #7, Washington DC 20017
Metro stop: red line CUA/Brookline
Hours of operation are: Wed-Fri 9-4, Sat 9-4 and Sun 12-4
PH: 301 977 7297
(Call to see if we are working in the studio before or after hours. If someone is there, you are welcome to come in!)
Trinity House Cafe
101 E. Market St., Leesburg VA 20176
Hours of operation are Mon: 8-4,Tue-Fri: 8-9, Sat: 8-9 Sun: 8-8 .
All works are for sale unless stated otherwise. Prices vary. We have various mediums and artisans from around the greater DC area showing at the Arts Walk location in DC.
Or visit our upcoming on-line store
February 24th, 2016 by email@example.com
Programs: Private Instruction, Drawing Courses, Intensive Courses, Open Studio, Commissions
Private Instruction: Every work begins with prayer. As this is a work to deepen one’s spiritual life all are expected to read about iconography as well from the list of suggested books and to prepare oneself before working. Each instructor has a format they teach by, usually starting with the face of an angel. One can start either with the preparation of the board or with the painting process. Gilding is not included until the student has completed several icons and a state ready for gilding. Raised unprepared boards can be bought at the wish of the student for an extra cost (price depends on size). Each class is $40 which includes all supplies.
The mediums are egg tempera or encaustic. The lessons follow a course much as the Traditional schools of old. This is a living Tradition and is important for us to carefully pass on the practice, prayer and theology of the icon. The length of the lesson is usually an hour.
The goal is to take privately until the instructor advises the student to join the Open Lessons (see below). If the student wishes they can continue privately but are encouraged to work on their own and come to class with questions.
Lessons and Intensive Courses can be bought as a gift too. Ask about our Student Vouchers.
Drawing courses are advised for those who have had no exposure to drawing or painting previously, but not necessary for those who have to begin an icon. They usually meet on Saturdays and are a couple of hours.
Intensive courses are open to anyone interested and are offered usually every other month. A deposit is necessary to hold your place. Cost and time depend largely on the difficulty of the icon between 125-$500. Check website and fliers for details.
Open Lessons are walk in sessions for those who already know how to work (mostly) on their own but have a question or two or who simply like to work with a group in a quite setting. Email and set a time to come in. People usually stay 1 to 3 hours. We ask $10 for however long you stay. Most come on Saturdays.
We accept commission and work usually in two or three payments. When ordering, we ask for a payment up front. Prices vary accordingly. It’s best to visit the websites to choose a style. (see byzarts.com –Gallery of Artist page)
For more Detail visit our website www.byzarts.arts.com
ART SUPPLIES ARE HERE!
brushes, pigments, icon boards, rabbit skin glue, marble dust, chalk, and more.
Stop by our store for candles, incense, charcoal, votive candles, and more!