Community Workshop: Murray, UT

Building Cities and Neighborhoods that People Love Great walkable cities and neighborhoods are powerful economic and social forces that improve our quality of life, health, and communities.  But how do we create the kind of diverse and vibrant places we want when the “rules of development” — zoning, financing, traffic — seem to always make…

Esquisse Design Competition 2019

Last year artist Niki Covington took home $1,000 for his medallion design! This year’s winner could be you! The 2019 design challenge will be a new architectural monument for a prominent site in Utah. 4 hour time limit!  Be ready to make decisions and draw quickly! $20 entry fee Open to all ICAA members Saturday,…

2019 ICAA Utah Classical Arts Gala

Registration is now open for the 2019 Utah Classical Arts Gala! Join us at the premier event of the year celebrating classical art and architecture in Utah!  All proceeds enable students across the state to have access to the educational programs in the classical arts provided by the ICAA.  With the classical tradition almost entirely…

ICAA Utah YouTube Channel!

We just launched the ICAA Utah YouTube Channel!   To reach a broader audience with free educational content about classical art and architecture, the ICAA Utah Chapter has begun posting videos of our lectures and classes on the video sharing website YouTube.  Starting with the “Forgotten Masters & Monuments” lecture series, new original content will be…

A Year in Review: 2018

Thanks to our generous members and sponsors, 2018 was a year of growth, opportunity, and success. Check out these highlights from past months, and consider joining us for more exciting events in the coming year! Your support and involvement truly makes a difference. ICAA Utah Classical Arts Gala Art, Live demos, food, and program in…

Forgotten Masters & Monuments: A Free Lecture Series by Dr. Micah Christensen & Prof. Michael Djordjevitch

Dr. Micah Christensen returns with a new lecture series, “Forgotten Masters & Monuments,” this time in tandem with renowned scholar and professor Michael Djordjevitch. In this series, Dr. Christensen and Prof. Djordjevitch alternate in leading audiences through an exploration of unfamiliar masterpieces in art and architecture, their historical backgrounds, and the lives and inspiration of their…