WOAH What a Night!

WOAH What a Night!

In this episode of Moving Icon, Chris interviews Michael Lujan, one of the organizers of the recent Wondrous Orthodox Arts Happening (WOAH), which took place in California. Listeners can learn details on the events of that evening and learn how to connect with the participants and take part in the...

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Short Video on the Meaning of Icons

Short Video on the Meaning of Icons

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City has an impressive collection of Byzantine iconography, and an equally impressive history of developing world-class exhibits on the history and meaning of Orthodox sacred arts and material culture. ​Helen C. Evans, who is Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator of Byzantine Art...

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WOAH, that’s awesome! An Orthodox Arts and Media event on August 7th

WOAH, that’s awesome! An Orthodox Arts and Media event on August 7th

WOAH! is about bringing together Orthodox artists and art lovers for celebration, fellowship, and to provide an organized, artistic witness for the public to the glory of the Kingdom of Heaven. In this episode, Chris interviews three artists showing their work at the event: Angelica Sotiriou, a visual artist; Michael...

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The Moving Icon: Brian Whirledge

The Moving Icon: Brian Whirledge

Brian Whirledge, iconographer and artist, talks about his upbringing and inspirations behind his work. Brian also discusses what lead him to Orthodoxy and how his Faith has shaped his artistic direction.

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Dead People and Why Icons Look Weird

Dead People and Why Icons Look Weird

If I say, “Hello,” it is not a stretch to think that the answer will be something like…well… “Hello.” However, if I say, “Hello” to a dead person, a two-way conversation may hit a wall. Greeting, let alone conversing with, a dead person might be considered by some to be...

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Icons and the Sunday of Orthodoxy

Icons and the Sunday of Orthodoxy

On Harmony of Thunder, Fr. David Smith tells us about the true meaning of Icons and the Sunday of Orthodoxy.

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