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May 9 – May 14 all-day
For more informationr: http://www.prosoponschool.org/schedule.html
Mother of God Iconography Series: Washington, DC @ Monroe Street Market | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Join us for a Study and Execution of Dionysius’ Theotokos of Smolensk Icon (ca. 1500). For more information: http://www.byzarts.com/category/events/courses/
May 22 – May 27 all-day
Iconography Workshop: Salem, SC @ Diakonia Center Metropolis of Atlanta  | Salem | South Carolina | United States
5  day Workshop & Retreat on Byzantine Iconography. Located by the lake at the beautiful Diakonia Retreat Center in South Carolina. Instruction by Fr. Anthony Salzman  For more information: http://www.imageandlikeness.com/workshops-seminars/
Icon Painting Workshop: San Francisco, CA @ St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church  | San Francisco | California | United States
Dates: May 30 – Jun 4, 2016 Iconographer: Theodoros Papadopoulos This six-day intensive course will immerse you in the painting techniques of Byzantium. The subject of the icon of “Mother of God” 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. The course focuses on the art of egg tempera painting. For more information: http://www.theodoreicons.com/san-francisco.html
Hexaemeron Icon Painting Workshop: Dunlap, Ca @ St. Nicholas Ranch & Retreat Center   | Dunlap | California | United States
SIX DAYS OF CREATION courses in icon painting provide intensive instruction in the art and language of the icon from the perspective of Orthodox Church tradition using the ancient technique of egg-tempera and palette of gold, semi-precious stones and refined clays. Iconographers Anna Gouriev and Marek Czarnecki lead students through the entire process, from preparing a gesso board to completion of an icon, including instruction on how to create pigments from natural clays and minerals, define the image with assiste gold lights, gild prescribed areas, calligraph inscriptions, and apply olifa varnishes. For more information: http://www.hexaemeron.org/#!st-nicholas-ranch/c1xyp