What You Will Learn

Participants learn how to draw, identify, render, and compose with the classical elements to form an understanding of the basic tenets on which the classical tradition is founded.   

Topics include: The classical elements and composition, proportion, architectural representation through drawing and rendering, the study of precedent, and the literature of classical architecture. 

The week culminates in a studio project in which students use the classical canon in the design of a small building. Students are guided through a design process rooted in the Beaux-Arts system in which an initial parti is developed during an esquisse and a charrette into a finished design proposal. The program concludes with a review by an esteemed panel of architects.

Tuition

Non-Members
$2,100
January 06, 2018
All Day
ICAA Members
$2,000
January 06, 2018
All Day
Students (with valid student ID)
$1,250
January 06, 2018
All Day
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Scholarships

In addition to the reduced student rate above, the ICAA offers a limited amount of scholarships for students. Each scholarship is merit based and is assessed on a case-by case-basis. The deadline to apply for a scholarship is Friday, November 3, 2017. If you require a scholarship, please submit the following to education@classicist.org:

  1. Completed Scholarship Application Form
  2. A brief letter describing why the applicant is interested in, and how s/he will benefit from the program
  3. Examples of applicant’s work: suggested 3-4 images submitted as PDFs
  4. Resumé or Curriculum Vitae
  5. Letter of Recommendation
  6. Brief Biography (no more than one or two paragraphs)


Please email education@classicist.org or call 212-730-9646 with questions. 

You may refer to the ICAA's cancellation policy here.

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Sponsors

 

Uberto Construction - Classroom Sponsor

FAQ

How many participants do you accept?

We accept a maximum of 20 students.

Am I required to purchase my own materials?

Yes, a materials list will be provided a month in advance of the program.

Will there be any time to explore New York City when class is in session?

There will be very little time to explore New York City while the Intensive is in session. If you would like to explore New York City, it might be advisable to arrive a day or two prior to the start of the program or stay on after the program ends.