June 2019
Partnerships with Sotheby's and PBS, public lectures, the Summer Studio, and member events signal a busy summer for the ICAA
ICAA President Peter Lyden reflects on the ICAA's busy Summer High Season, this year filled with a full slate of exciting programming and premieres.

As the cultural partner of Sotheby's for the Treasures from Chatsworth exhibition, the ICAA is presenting exciting summer programming
The ICAA has been selected as the cultural partner of Sotheby's for their exhibition Treasures from Chatsworth , which will be free and open to the public at their New York galleries from June 28-September 18.

To accompany this exhibition of art and design objects from the Devonshire Collection, the ICAA will offer educational programming including speakers such as architectural historian, writer, and former editor of Country Life Clive Aslet, biographer and historian Dr. Amanda Foreman, architect and designer Ben Pentreath, and landscape architect and preservationist John Phibbs.

More news and a full schedule coming soon.
On Monday, May 6th, 2019, over 400 supporters of the ICAA gathered at a private club in New York City to celebrate the winners of the 38th Annual Arthur Ross Awards.

G. P. Schafer (Architecture), Julian Fellowes (Fine Arts), Urban Design Associates (Community Design & City Planning), W.P. Sullivan (Artisanship & Craftsmanship), Professor James Stevens Curl (History & Writing), and Anthony Baus (Fine Arts - Painting) were all honored, along with Jaquelin T. Robinson, who was given the Board of Directors Honor.

An event showcasing the 2019 Arthur Ross Awards winners and recognizing the winners of the 2019 Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition
On Sunday, May 5th, 2019, the ICAA was privileged to host the winners of the 38th Annual Arthur Ross Awards for a series of lectures about their respective careers, accompanied by stunning pictures of their work, followed by a panel discussion hosted by ICAA Board Member Barbara Eberlein.

The event also recognized the winners of the 2019 Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition, Spanish architects Imanol Iparraguirre and Aritz Díez Oronoz, awarded in collaboration with The Prince's Foundation (PF), and the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU).

Join the ICAA for a series of Summer Studio lectures
This summer, the ICAA is pleased to open to the public a series of lectures that are part of the Summer Studio in Classical Architecture, including Classicism and the Golden Age with Clive Aslet, A Universal Language in Stone and Steel: Architectural Poetics, Globally Considered with Nathaniel Walker, and Historic Brickwork: A Design Resource with Calder Loth.

The ICAA offers a diverse range of educational opportunities both in New York and across our chapters including Continuing Education Courses, Professional Intensives , Workshops , and the Christopher H. Browne Drawing Tours .
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 offer 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.

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

So far in 2019, the ICAA has educated over 500 students through impactful programs including New Heights, College Workshops, Summer Studio, Intensives, Continuing Education courses, Cast Hall programming, and much more, all thanks to the generous support of friends like you.

You can help advance the ICAA's educational mission by  making a gift to our 2019 Mid-Year Campaign today.