External associate and global representative. Director of International Relations at the FCAA.
Prof. Rev. Vladimir Kaydanov was born in 1974 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
1986 - 89
Attended Art History weekly courses for the youth at the State Hermitage Museum.
Accepted to the Saint Petersburg School of Architecture, however emigrated in winter of the same year with his family to the U.S.
1990 - 93
The Chicago Academy for the Arts. Visual Arts Major, with full academic scholarship.
1993 - 96
The Cleveland Institute of Art. Visual Arts, Printmaking Major, with full academic scholarship.
1998 - 2008
Director of Glyph Graphics Multimedia Inc., San Francisco, California.
Invited to Florence Italy as a Docent and Interpreter at The Florence Academy of Russian Art.
2010 - Present. Director of International Relations at The Florence Classical Arts Academy, f/k/a The Florence Academy of Russian
2017 Bachelor's degree in Theology and Church Art History
St. Tikhon's Orthodox University (STOUH). Moscow.
2018 - present
Professor of Art History, FCAA
International lecturer, author, proponent of The Academic Art Revival.