Category Archives: ICAA News

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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Russell Windham Elected as Chairman of the ICAA Board of Directors with Andrew Cogar Vice Chair

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), the nation’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism and the allied arts, is pleased to announce that Russell Windham has been elected Chairman of the ICAA … Read more »

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The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Celebrates the Classicist No. 13 with Classical American Homes Preservation Trust

On Wednesday evening, November 16, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) co-hosted a cocktail party with Classical American Homes Preservation Trust (CAHPT) at the George F. Baker Houses in New York City. The event celebrated the launch of the 13th … Read more »

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16th Annual McKim Lecture with John Simpson

Cocktail Reception at 6:15 pm, Lecture at 6:45 pm, Optional Dinner to Follow The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) is proud to partner with the University Club and the One West 54th Street Foundation to present the Annual McKim Lecture – … Read more »

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Brendan Hart, 2016 Rieger Graham Prize Winner, on the Roman Forum and the Perseverance of the Eternal City

Standing in the center of the dark nave, the crack of a lock and the groan of old hinges announce the opening of the large wooden doors.  Sunlight races past ancient columns and streams onto the dusty church floor.  Thirty … Read more »

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