Author Archives: Sara Durkacs

Patience and Fortitude: The New York Public Library Turns 100

Read Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s President Paul Gunther’s Huffington Post Blog: Patience and Fortitude: The New York Public Library Turns 100

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Celebrating 30 Years of the Arthur Ross Awards

Established in 1982 by Classical America chairman of the board, Arthur Ross, and its president, Henry Hope Reed, the Arthur Ross Awards were created to recognize and celebrate excellence in the classical tradition. From the beginning, the awards have recognized … Read more »

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Detroit: (a possible) Future of A Great American City

Read Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America’s President Paul Gunther’s Huffington Post Blog: Move to Detroit Quickly While There’s Still Time Posted March 25, 2011 | 05:50 PM (EST) And read more by ICA&CA President here: Tahrir Square—Where Social … Read more »

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Mid-Atlantic Chapter Announces the Eisenhower Memorial Competition

This spring, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America (ICA&CA) Mid-Atlantic Chapter and the National Civic Art Society (NCAS) invites classical architects and artists to engage in a competition to design a counter proposal to Frank Gehry’s design of … Read more »

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The Theory and Practice of Architectural Ecstasy: A Visit to New York’s Park Avenue Armory

by Seth Joseph Weine Fellow of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Photos by ICA&CA Member Pamela Johntson How come nobody’s talking about architectural ectasy? Oh, we’ve recently heard from some design bards about “pleasure” and “happiness”—and I … Read more »

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The art and Architecture of the William Brennan Courthouse

The Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development (HCOCHA/TD), in honor of the centennial of the murals of the Hudson County Justice William Brennan Courthouse, listed on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places, will present … Read more »

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