Author Archives: Kate Koza

Spring 2014 Continuing Education Schedule

Because we know that many of you are interested in furthering the scope of your knowledge of the classical building arts, we are pleased to share the Spring 2014 schedule of Continuing Education courses here at ICAA Headquarters. Ranging from … Read more »

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Ames-Webster Mansion: History & Restoration of a Gilded Age Boston Landmark

Originally designed in 1871 by the storied firm of Peabody and Stearns, the Ames-Webster Mansion stands, dignified and resolute as a time-honored sentinel, at the corner of Dartmouth Street and Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood. In its … Read more »

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2014 Winterim Intensive

Winterim 2014 brought a record 23 students to the ICAA for a nine-day immersion into the fundamentals of classical design, from hand drafting and the Orders to wash rendering and observational drawing. Arriving in New York on January 3 amidst … Read more »

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National Curriculum Conference 2013

The weekend of July 11–14 brought members of the ICAA curriculum committee and chapter representatives from across the country to Newport, Rhode Island for the second annual National Curriculum Conference (NCC). Salve Regina University, whose campus is comprised of late … Read more »

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2013 Winterim Professional Intensive

Saturday, January 12, 2013 marked the bittersweet conclusion of the 10-day Winterim Professional Intensive. Fourteen students hailing from throughout the United States presented their final works as part of the Vernissage and End of Winterim Intensive Reception. The 2013 participants … Read more »

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