Virtual Lectures, Webinars, and Tutorials

Join Romanov historian Nicholas B.A. Nicholson for an exploration of Christmas at the Russian court.

Museum Curator Lana Sloutsky discusses the historical relationship between the visual languages of Byzantium and Russia.

Artist Anne Bobroff-Hajal talks about the origins of her art with the Wende Museum’s chief curator, Joes Segal.

Artist Anne-Bobroff-Hajal and Professor Elizabeth Woods explore the ways that Russian history has been represented in art.

This video lecture, by intern Eric Livingston, explains the origins and techniques used to create the lacquer boxes in the Museum’s collection.

In this webinar, the team that assembled The Long Way Home exhibition discuss the process and history of the exhibit.

Docent Dennis Sardella explains the sacred spaces of an Orthodox church.

The Museum registrar, Laura Garrity-Arquitt, explores three types of Mother of God icons.

Lydia Lynette Hull discusses how an iconographer makes sense of our troubled world each day through the practice of iconography.

Learn to make a repoussé icon with this easy tutorial. Click here to download metal tooling templates.

Join Professor Nadieszda Kizenko for the webinar “Today I Arise.”

Learn how to make blueberry infused vodka.

Join Education Director Amy Consalvi and her rabbit Cooper for Storytime. Click here to download an activity sheet.

Enjoy a spotlight tour of our icons, St. Paraskeva and St. Nicholas, by Registrar Laura Garrity-Arquitt.

The curators of Tradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia present a webinar on the symbols of Easter in Russian art.