External associate and global representative. Director of International Relations at the FCAA.
Rev. Vladimir Kaydanov was born in 1974, Saint Petersburg, Russia
1986 - 89 attended Art History weekly courses for the youth at the State Hermitage Museum.
1989 was excepted to the Saint Petersburg School of Architecture. In winter of the same year emigrated with his family to the US.
1990 - 93 Full tuition academic scholarship student at The Chicago Academy for the Arts. Visual Arts Major.
1993 - 96 Full tuition academic scholarship student at The Cleveland Institute of Art. Visual Arts, Printmaking Major.
1998 - 2008 Director of Glyph Graphics Multimedia Inc., San Francisco California.
2009 Was invited to Florence Italy as a Docent and Interpreter at The FCAA
2010 till present - external collaborator and Director of International Relations at FCAA
2011 - 2017 Theology, a Church History major at St Tikhon's Orthodox University, Moscow, Russia.
Bachelors degree with a specialization in Church Art History.
2014 ordained a priest in the Russian Orthodox Church outside of Russia (ROCOR).
2014 - present. Serves as a Rector of the St.Nicholas the Wonderworker Parish, and St.Xenia of Saint Petersburg Orthodox Mission, Eastern America Diocese, Florida, USA (ROCOR).
2015 - present. Founder and Director of Nika Travelers Inc., International travel and pilgrimage services.
2018 Associate Professor of Art History
Since 2010 till present day Vladimir is the key networking figure in establishing relationships with galleries and museums in the USA and globally.