The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Southeast Chapter (ICAA Southeast) was founded in 2004 and is dedicated to the advancement, appreciation, and practice of classical architecture within the context of the history of the region. The ICAA Southeast Chapter created its regional awards program – named for renowned Atlanta architect Philip Trammell Shutze – to recognize the finest practitioners of classical architecture, interior design, landscape design, and craftsmanship. The Chapter is led by an energetic and committed Board with a geographical footprint that includes the states of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Committed to advancing timeless lessons from the past as a guide to creating meaningful architecture and art for the present, the Southeast Chapter offers students, professionals, and enthusiasts a myriad of continuing education classes, as well as informal events for classicists and enthusiasts of all ages.
The Guild is the Southeast Chapter’s group of emerging professionals, one of several active groups across the country that host social and educational events for young ICAA members to connect with fellow classicists. The emerging professionals generally welcome all ICAA members regardless of age, though eligibility requirements may vary.