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Your Support is Needed: A Message from ICAA Student Scholarship Recipient Fay Edwards

Dear Friends of the ICAA, As a student pursuing a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Urbanism, I am so grateful to have attended the 2016 Rome Drawing Tour, which would not have been possible without a student scholarship from the ICAA.   … Read more »

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An Interview with ICAA Summer Studio Students

As the ICAA’s four-week, immersive Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is coming to a close, we sat down with three students to hear their thoughts on the program: Interview with Kelly Umutoni Favorite activity/lecture? Lecture on urbanism with Mike Watkins … Read more »

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Welcoming New Board Members

The ICAA welcomes five new members to its Board of Directors: Michael Mesko Practices architecture in New York City and has taught architectural design for the University of Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, and the ICAA. Michael has served as President … Read more »

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The Dan & Gemma Camp Workshop in Classical Design

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, in collaboration with the Mississippi State University School of Architecture, presented the Dan and Gemma Camp Workshop in Classical Design on Friday and Saturday March 20–21, 2015. Over eighty architecture students and regional … Read more »

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14th Annual McKim Lecture

By Anthony Del Aversano On Wednesday, March 4, 2015, the ICAA held its 14th Annual McKim Lecture. Organized in partnership with the University Club and the One West 54th Street Foundation, this year’s lecture featured Francis Morrone as the guest … Read more »

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Remembering Michael Graves

A word from ICAA Chairman, Mark Ferguson My fellow members and I at the ICAA are deeply saddened by the death of our teacher, mentor and longtime advisor Michael Graves. His passion for teaching and his erudition and artistry were … Read more »

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