Category Archives: ICAA News

Green-Wood’s Victorian Artists, Artisans, & Architects

The ICAA recently hosted a tour, “Green-Wood’s Victorian Artists, Artisans, and Architects,” at the historic and architecturally significant Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY. Led by Green-Wood historian Jeff Richman, participants were given a behind-the-scenes look at Green-Wood’s art collection and … Read more »

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2017 Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition Ceremony and Arthur Ross Awards Discussion

On Sunday, April 30th 2017, sculptor Emily Bedard was honored as the inaugural winner of the Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition at a ceremony hosted in New York City. Launched this year, the Award is a collaboration … Read more »

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The ICAA, PFBC, and INTBAU Announce Emily Bedard as the Winner of the 2017 Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition

Sculptor Emily Bedard has been named the winner of the first ever Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition. Launched in 2017, the Award is a collaboration between the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), the Prince’s Foundation … Read more »

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Monthly Newsletter: February at the ICAA

Welcome to our monthly newsletter, including articles, news, and programming from the ICAA and the classical design community. To receive an email version of our newsletter, sign up today.  READ STORY ______________________________________________________ Travel with the ICAA to Spain, Paris, England, … Read more »

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Jon Brogie Selected as ICAA Alma Schapiro Prize Winner

The ICAA is pleased to announce Jon Brogie as the winner of the 2017 Alma Schapiro Award. Jon received his Bachelor’s degree in Painting from Arizona State University in 2011. Inspired by the rigorous training of the growing atelier movement, grounded … Read more »

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Lessons Learned at the American Academy in Rome

I left Rome a few weeks ago and have now had a bit of time to absorb the three months I spent at the American Academy as part of the Rieger Graham Prize. Different from any travel or education in … Read more »

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