Category Archives: Education

Summer Studio in Classical Architecture 2017 | Week One

Follow the ICAA’s Summer Studio in Classical Architecture program, from June 19th through July 15th, as students from across the country spend four weeks in New York City and the surrounding region exploring the ideas, methods, and issues related to … Read more »

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Daily Inspiration from the Eternal City

Follow the ICAA daily from June 4th through June 10th as we study the architecture, urbanism and landscapes of Rome through observational drawing and watercolor on the Christopher H. Browne Rome Drawing Tour. The tour is led by Ben Bolgar, … Read more »

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Upcoming Nationwide Continuing Education Courses at the ICAA

Register for upcoming ICAA Continuing Education courses, taking place in New York and around the country through our regional chapters. NEW YORK October 7 | The Urbanism of Greenwich Village October 10, 11 & 12 | Observational Drawing Skills for Architects and Designers … Read more »

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Students at Alamo Heights Junior School take on Classical Architecture

New Height Texas is currently at its halfway point of its first semester. The New Heights program, which first launched in New York City, introduces classical architecture and the related fields to students at a young age. A class of 30 students … Read more »

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ICAA Leads a Workshop in Classical Architecture at the Savannah College of Art & Design

On Friday, February 10th, architecture students and professionals attended a day long workshop in classical architectural design hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, School of Building Arts. The morning began with a breakfast and an introductory presentation … Read more »

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A Fresh Look at the Tuscan Order

Drawing the Tuscan order After Gibbs with Martin Brandwein Eighteenth Century Architect James Gibbs’ book, Rules for Drawing the Several Parts of Architecture, guide today’s interpretations of Tuscan columns. In February 7th’s Drawing the Tuscan Order After Gibbs, taught by Martin … Read more »

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