February 26, 2019
Dignity from Continuity: The Intersection of Architecture, Arts, and Education
ICAA President Peter Lyden reflects on the incredibly diverse talents of this year's Arthur Ross Award winners, and the common thread that they all share.

Two new videos offering Continuing Education credit now available online
The ICAA is pleased to announce that two more online educational videos are now available - The Foundations of Classical Architecture Part Three: Motifs & Details with Calder Loth, and 20th Century Architecture in New York with Francis Morrone.

By completing and passing a short quiz at the end of each video, eligible viewers will receive one AIA Learning Unit.

Frick Director and architect to discuss proposed renovations to the Frick Collection
Please join the ICAA in welcoming Director Ian Wardropper and architect Annabelle Selldorf in New York, as they discuss the proposed renovation and enhancement to the Frick Collection’s building, a project that seeks to honor the historic architecture and the character of the museum and library while working to preserve the unique visitor experience for which the institution is known.

The Regional Intensive program comes to Northern California for the first time
Building on the success of the 2017 and 2018 Intensives in Classical Architecture in Los Angeles, as well as the continued demand for the Intensive held annually in New York, the ICAA Northern California Chapter, in collaboration with the ICAA National Office, is hosting the third Regional Intensive this fall in San Francisco.

Registration is now open for this eight-day immersion in the ICAA’s core curriculum.

Deadlines approaching for upcoming education courses
The ICAA's spring calendar features a diverse range of  Continuing Education  programs across the country for professionals, students, and enthusiasts on topics in architecture and the allied arts.

The ICAA is pleased to present Private London (May 22-27), which will grant participants behind-the-scenes access to some of the city's most beautiful and architecturally-significant private homes and sites. The tour will be led by renowned architectural historian, author, and editor Clive Aslet, and includes a stay at the historic Dukes Hotel on St. James Square.

Other upcoming programs include Private Savannah (March 21-24), Private Litchfield County (September 5-8), Private Napoli and Puglia (September 14-22),  Classical Vienna (October 3-9), and more.

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March 9 Southeast: Philip Trammell Shutze Awards

March 30 Washington Mid Atlantic: John Russell Pope Awards

April 1 Texas: John Staub Awards Call for entries

April 27 New England: Bulfinch Awards

May 6 National: Arthur Ross Awards

PBS: Robert A.M. Stern: Always a Student will be broadcast on Connecticut Public Television this March 28 at 9:45pm