SUMMER May 26-June 2, 2013: “A Journey in the Sacred Arts”


Kh. Erin KimmettKh. Erin KimmettSaint Vladimir's Seminary will offer a hands–on iconography workshop designed specifically for college–aged students. This class, endorsed by the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), will be taught by Byzantine Iconographer Kh. Erin Kimmett. Khouria Erin is a graduate of Wichita State University, where she earned a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. She has designed and produced Students of Kh. Erin at Antiochian Village CampStudents of Kh. Erin at Antiochian Village Campcurriculum materials for the Orthodox Christian Education Commission as well as the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. A trained Byzantine iconographer, Kh. Erin writes icons for Orthodox churches across the country, and owns and manages The Annunciation Press. She is married to The Very Rev. Joseph Kimmett, pastor of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Norwood, MA and is the mother of Nicholas and Zachary. 

Travel and airport service information available HERE.
(For those buying airline tickets to any event, flight insurance is recommended.)
Note: there is a limit of ten students for this class. Sign up today!

Workshop Description

This workshop offers a unique opportunity to serve Christ and His Church by using your God-given gifts and talents to create a traditional icon. Through the experience of painting Christ’s holy image you will encounter His light through prayer, fellowship and reflection. Saint Vladimir’s beautiful campus provides the perfect setting for this program—immersed in campus life yet just a short ride from NY City, you will have an opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and see a few sights.

Registration and Fees: REGISTER ONLINE

Registration – $50.

Room, Meals, Conference – $700.00 (must stay on campus, no other options available)


View and download the full schedule of activities 

On–Campus Accommodations

On-campus housing is in non-smoking, non-air conditioned, dormitory rooms with shared bathrooms. Staying on-campus includes meals at the refectory, which are catered, without individual meal options. The seminary staff will provide sheets and towels. Please bring your own personal items (such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and small fans.) Wireless access to the Internet for personal laptops will be available in the Library when the Reading Room is open, but wireless access in dormitory rooms cannot be guaranteed.

For questions about this event, please contact Tanya Penkrat, Special Events Coordinator, at or 914.961.8313, x351 

(Updated: March 14, 2013. Check back for revisions and additional information.)