By Paul Gunther
October 9, 2012
A message from our President, Paul Gunther
To accommodate the growth of design education programming offered at the national headquarters, ranging from the full-time Beaux-Arts Atelier to a diverse calendar of AIA-certified continuing education and intensive sessions, we have just added a new dedicated classroom. (Take note! Reservations are now available for the dense, rich Winterim Professional Intensive from January 3–12, 2013; act soon to guarantee a place in this renowned and rigorous annual offering.) Best described as “basic”, our new classroom is therefore the perfect studio setting for the versatility that characterizes a dynamic curriculum. The added facility also means that we can sustain momentum of our national curriculum initiative launched at a July conference in the spirit of dissemination of the core content that we alone safeguard and impart. Plan to pay a visit or, better still, to enroll.
Our October e-newsletter is a guide to all programs unfolding nationwide. I can report that a sixteenth chapter is now taking shape—as soon as it’s official, you and those like you who make our work possible will be the first to know!
Finally, with the holiday season bearing down, I remind one and all of our online Classicist Bookshop featuring our own Classical America Series titles (a new reprinted title just hit the market: Letarouilly on Renaissance Rome by our late co-founder John Barrington Bailey which includes a new introduction and plates contributed by Notre Dame Professor, David Mayernik) as well as related volumes old and new, essential for the contemporary classicist. By entering Amazon via this carefully hewn bibliographic portal, a percentage of your purchases translate into a charitable contribution. In fact, all purchases made in this way help us pay our bills. Bear it in mind as gift-giving plans come into sharper focus.
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