April 2018
On the Road with ICAA President Peter Lyden
ICAA President Peter Lyden reflects on classicism's momentum across
the country after a month visiting with ICAA Chapters, attending
award ceremonies, and connecting with members.

Calder Loth’s ‘Roman Classicism’ Now Available
 The First in a Series of Educational Videos Offering Continuing Education Credit
The ICAA is pleased to announce the availability of  The Foundations of Classical Architecture: Roman Classicism , a brand new educational video lecture featuring Architectural Historian and ICAA Advisory Council member, Calder Loth.  Roman Classicism  is the first in a series of forthcoming free hour-long video lectures aimed at educating architectural practitioners and enthusiasts alike; by completing and passing a short quiz at the end of the video, eligible viewers will receive one continuing education (CE) credit.

Inspiration from the American Academy in Rome
By Alma Schapiro Prize Winner Jon Brogie
ICAA Alma Schapiro Prize winner Jon Brogie draws daily inspiration from the American Academy in Rome's community as well as regular encounters with the works of Bernini and Michelangelo, which "have the ability to elevate even the most mundane excursions."

Travel with the ICAA to Normandy, Ireland, Mexico, & Beyond
Upcoming Dates & Destinations
Discover upcoming ICAA Travel Programs including Normandy's Emblematic Private Châteaux, Estates, & Gardens (September 22-30); Long Island's Gold Coast (Octobe r 15-18), The Republic of Ireland including Ballyfin and Dublin (November 7-13), Mexic o's Emblematic Archaeological Sites, Architecture, & Private Residences (November 9-16), and Private New York (December 6-9). Register today as tours are quickly selling out.

Featured image courtesy of Ballyfin Demesne
Lectures, Tours, & Events 
Upcoming Dates
Browse the national calendar on classicist.org, including upcoming ICAA public programs, lectures, and events across the country.

Featured: A garden by Arthur Ross Award winning firm Doyle Herman Design Associates, whose principals Kathryn Herman and James Doyle will lead the next Breakfast & Books discussion on June 6 at the Rizzoli Bookstore. (Photo Credit: Neil Landino Jr.)
Continuing Education 
Upcoming Courses Nationwide 
Learn more about upcoming courses offering continuing education cr edit from California to New York and beyond.

Featured: Rendering by Anthony Baus, who will lead Architectural Drawing & Ink Wash Rendering in Perspective April 27-29
Christopher H. Browne Drawing Tours
Registration is still open for the Christopher H. Browne Rome Drawing Tour (June 2-9, 2018), with only limited space available.

Now accepting scholarship applications for the Christopher H. Browne Paris Drawing Tour (October 6-13, 2018). Submit an application, or register today.

Upcoming Dates & Deadlines 
April 28 New England: Bulfinch Awards - Ceremony

May 1 Philadelphia: Trumbauer Awards - Call for Entries Open (Intent to Submit due July 6)

May 21 Northern California: Julia Morgan Awards - Ceremony

July 13 Chicago-Midwest: Acanthus Awards - Submission Deadline
News of Interest
T he ICAA, The Prince's Foundation, and INTBAU announced Cailin Shannon as the winner of the 2018 Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition. Open to applicants from around the world, the Award aims to shine a light on exceptional talent exhibited by one young professional in classical and traditional architecture, landscape and interior design, building crafts, urban design and planning, and the allied arts. LEARN MORE

Charleston's Post and Courier newspaper reports on the ICAA's Workshop in Classical Architectural Design, hosted in collaboration with the College of Charleston and the American College of the Building Arts. The article explores " Three quick lessons about traditional architecture ."   LEARN MORE

On Thursday, May 17, the Museum of the City of New York opens Elegance in the Sky: The Architecture of Rosario Candela , an exhibition exploring the legacy of renowned architect Rosario Candela, who played a major role in transforming and shaping luxury living of 20th Century Manhattan. The exhibit, designed by Peter Pennoyer Architects, will feature photographs, ephemera, domestic furnishings, and digital animation . LEARN MORE

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