Category Archives: Advocacy

Architect John Simpson on Sir John Soane’s Dulwich Picture Gallery

Editor’s Note: The ICAA is pleased to commence a new blog series, “My Favorite Building,” highlighting examples of classical and traditional architecture, art, and design that inspire leaders in the field. The inaugural post in the series was written by … Read more »

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BY CALDER LOTH   Senior Architectural Historian for the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and Member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Council of Advisors.     THE COMPLEX GREEK MEANDER   The terms Greek key, fret, and … Read more »

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Edith Wharton and The Villas of Rome, With Cece Haydock

On November 10, the ICAA in partnership with Garden Conservancy offered a lecture by CeCe Haydock on Edith Wharton and the Villas of Rome. CeCe Haydock, landscape architect and historian, took the audience through eight Roman villas and their gardens … Read more »

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Watch: Curiosity, Education, and Influence – Two Careers in Architecture

Gil Schafer speaks with ICAA Board Members Mark Ferguson and Russell Windham about their initial attraction to the architectural profession, their educational experiences, and what influenced their careers.

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On September 22nd and 24th, the ICAA offered a continuing education course for those seeking to expand their knowledge on ecclesiastical architecture and the works of Cross & Cross and R. Guastavino Co. Instructors Megan Reese, Anne Walker, and Mary … Read more »

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An Interview with Liz McEnaney, Executive Director of the SS Columbia Project

We recently interviewed Liz McEnaney about the restoration of the SS Columbia, the oldest surviving excursion steamship in the United States and a historic landmark. McEnaney is an architectural historian, preservationist and educator, teaching at Columbia University and, recently, in … Read more »

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