Students of the Biblical art study programme together with their teacher, Icon painter K.Tambovskaya, visited the world-famous monastery in Pechori (Pskov, Russia). They visited the Kremlin, its splendid Cathedral of St. Trinity, churches of John the Baptist and St. Basil the Great, and historical reservation of the old Russian architecture “Поганкины палаты”. They saw icons […]
Dedication of the Icon of the Holy Family at Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Riga Old City .
Studies at Latvian Christian academy are attended by Roman Catholics, Orthodoxes and Lutherans. One of the students, Laura Valle, being Roman Catholic, has made a research in the history of iconography of the Holy Family, painted an icon and defended her Bachelor thesis in Arts this spring. Icon was conceived as a gift to the […]
In October 23-24, 2013, evaluation of the Master study programme “Biblical art” was held at Latvian Christian academy by experts’ team of the Ministry of Education of Science. The study direction “Arts” has been accredited for maximum duration till 2019 earlier in May 2013. The Master study programme received very high estimation due to “high […]
In June 3, 2013, Accreditation committee of Latvian Ministry of education and science awarded 6 years accreditation (till 2019) to the study direction “Arts” at Latvian Christian academy. The study direction comprises two academic study programmes: that of Bachelor of humanities in arts and Master of humanities in arts.
The next course is scheduled in February 2013 and will be supervised by Fr. Alexander Shabelnik (Italy) and well-known Russian Icon painter Georgy Mironov (Moscow). More information…
Biblical art study programme received excellent evaluation. Four international experts (head of the group Dr. Valdas Jaskunas, Vilnius University, Lithuania) visited LChrA in November 22 for evaluation of the Bible art study programme, Bachelor level. The visit was held within the frame of the European Social Fund project „Evaluation of higher education study programmes and […]
An icon exhibition of teaching staff and students „Have Bestowed an Eternal Life…” (Iconography and theology of Resurrection of Christ) in Liepāja city St. Joseph Cathedral, 26.05.-26.06.2011.
An icon exhibition of teaching staff and students „Have Bestowed an Eternal Life…” (Iconography and theology of Resurrection of Christ) in Rīga, Jāņasēta, St. John church. Church, 17.04.-02.05.2011.
International exhibition within the international NORDPLUS project „Climate Symbols in Art and Theology”, in Jurmala city Artist’s House of Cultural Centre, 30.11.2010.-08.01.2011.
Was opened in the Jūrmala Culture Centre in November 30. The opening was attended by artists, students of the Academy, local artists, journalists and foreign guests (Tenu Lehtsaar – Estonia, Kirsti Nenye – Finland, Bjorn Øyvind Fjeld – Norway, Saulus Jarašius and Vaidas Mationis – Lithuania).