May 2019
Around the country and across Chapters, the ICAA highlights the best of classical architecture, art, design, and more
ICAA President Peter Lyden reflects on how the ICAA's regional Chapters play a crucial role in honoring contemporary projects and practitioners, and in expressing the vitality of the classical tradition.

Beginning with Napoleon's Architects, the new series will explore the past, present, and future of classicism in France
The ICAA is proud to introduce a new series, t he Françoise and Andrew Skurman Lecture Series on Classical French Architecture , which will highlight the legacy of French classical architecture, taking a look at the work of its practitioners, both past and present.

Napoleon's Architects , the sold-out debut installment in the series, will focus on Charles Percier and Pierre Fontaine, the collaborative duo featured in the recently released The Complete Works of Percier and Fontaine, published collaboratively by the ICAA and Princeton Architectural Press.

The ICAA Cast Hall initiates new outreach programs to New York City high school students
The ICAA is pleased to welcome New York City high school students to its Cast Hall, thanks to the generous support of Joe Tuana, who has funded the Peter Pennoyer Cast Hall Fellowship.

Cast Hall Fellow Hannah Kinney has helped to develop the new initiative, which allows students to attend the 90-minute program Drawing from the Past, where they are introduced to the plaster casts and engage in inquiry-based discussion.

ICAA Programs are offered across the country
The ICAA holds programs on topics in architecture and the allied arts throughout the year, many of which are offered for free or at a reduced cost for ICAA members. These programs offer opportunities to engage with and learn more about the classical tradition as well as its historical and contemporary practice. 

The spring calendar showcases events across the country, including ICAA Board Member Bunny Williams' upcoming lecture on her new book, Love Affairs with Houses .

Deadlines approaching for upcoming continuing education courses and other national education opportunities
The ICAA offers a diverse range of educational opportunities across our chapters including Continuing Education Courses, Professional Intensives , Workshops , and the Christopher H. Browne Drawing Tours , including the upcoming Colonial Williamsburg Drawing Tour . Scholarships are also available for many courses, so explore our calendar today.

Join the ICAA for a full day of on-site immersion in the world of measured and analytical drawing at Precedents in Architectural Composition: Measured and Analytical Drawing at Lemon Hill , on Saturday May 18.

The ICAA is pleased to present From the Timeless to the Timely: A Celebration of New Orleans Style (December 11-15). This special journey will grant access to incredible private homes that have been preserved since the Colonial and Classical Revival periods, as well as visits to historic plantations, shotgun houses, and the lovely Garden District.

Other upcoming programs include Private Litchfield County (September 5-8), Private Napoli and Puglia (September 14-22),  Classical Vienna (October 3-10), Secret Rome and the Countryside (October 12-19), and more.

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Hosted at the National Office
The National Office is excited to host our annual Summer Members' Social, a fun event for ICAA members and our community of classicists.

Please join us on Monday, June 17 at the historic General Society Library in New York City for an evening of conversation and celebration.