Monthly Newsletter: November at the ICAA
Welcome to our monthly newsletter, including articles, news, and programming from the ICAA and the classical design community. To receive an email version of our newsletter, sign up today.
In his latest blog story, ICAA President Peter Lyden pays tribute to Ben Pentreath, a multi-talented contemporary classicist who recently spoke at a special event co-hosted by the ICAA and Architectural Digest.
Support ICAA Educational Programming this Holiday Season Double the Impact of Your Gift
Please make a donation today to the ICAA to help provide scholarships for our many education programs, including the Summer Studio in Classical Architecture, continuing education courses, the Rome Drawing Tour and more.
Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000, doubling the impact of your gift.
Travel with the ICAA to Paris, Barbados, Spain & More Upcoming Dates & Destinations
April 20-23 Architectural Treasures of Classical Atlanta
July 10-15 Gardens of the Welsh Borders
August 24-27 Private Bar Harbor
Watch the ICAA's Newest Video Curiosity, Education, and Influence: Two Careers in Architecture
Gil Schafer speaks with ICAA Board Members Mark Ferguson and Russell Windham about their initial attraction to the architectural profession, their educational experiences, and what influenced their careers.
Continuing Education Upcoming Courses Nationwide
Featured Course: Traditional Hand Drafting (December 3rd)
Inspiration from Rome An Update from the 2016 Rieger Graham Prize Winner
2016 Rieger Graham Prize Winner, Brendan Hart, is currently spending three months at the American Academy in Rome. Hart is studying the connection of the Possesso, a traditional papal processional route, with the urban development of Rome.
Give the Gift of Membership
A membership to the ICAA is the perfect gift this holiday season for an architect, interior or landscape designer, artisan, student, or design enthusiast. Whether the recipient is an established professional, budding designer, or an admirer of the classical tradition, there is a perfect ICAA membership available for them.
Lectures, Tours & Events Upcoming Programs in New York
December 7 2016 Stanford White Awards
April (date TBD) George Hadfield: Architect of the Federal City, with Dr. Julia King
Awards & Prizes Upcoming Dates & Deadlines
December 7 New York: Stanford White Awards - Ceremony
December 8 Southeast: Shutze Awards - Submission Deadline
December 9 New York: Alma Schapiro Prize - Submission Deadline
December 15 New England: Bulfinch Awards - Submission Deadline
December 30 National: Arthur Ross Awards - Extended Submission Deadline
January 31 Washington Mid Atlantic: John Russell Pope Awards - Submission Deadline
2017 Summer Studio in Classical Architecture Now Accepting Applications
The Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is a four-week, immersive program introducing students to skills, knowledge and resources essential to the practice and appreciation of classical design.
Thanks to the The Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust the ICAA is able to offer scholarships to offset tuition costs plus assistance to help with housing costs while in New York to ensure accessibility to the program for students of all financial backgrounds.
Rome Drawing Tour Now Accepting Applications
The Rome Drawing Tour provides participants practical knowledge of the classical tradition as manifested in the architecture, urbanism and landscapes of Rome, using observational drawing and watercolor as the means for studying precedent.
Scholarship opportunities are available for qualifying students. Email [email protected] for more information.
In the News
"Kate Middleton’s Favorite Designer Shows AD How to Host a Dinner Party" by Jennifer Fernandez, Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest covers the dinner that followed Ben Pentreath's talk at the ICAA earlier this month.
"A Celebration of Classicism in Charleston" by Robert Behre, The Post and Courier The Post and Courier engages the ICAA on the universal appeal of the quality classical design in Southern Architecture.