*Due to COVID19 concerns, all future Lectures have been POSTPONED.* Please look forward to our lecturers joining us during future lecture series In conjunction with Utah Valley University, the ICAA Utah Chapter has organized an exciting line-up of speakers this spring. All lectures are free for members and the public! The lectures will be at … Continue reading POSTPONED Utah Valley Spring Lecture Series
Artists Joseph Brickey and Niki Covington are back for an encore -- an enlightening introduction to the theory and practice of figure drawing! October 10-11. October 10th will include a lecture covering theory, and the 11th will feature study from a live model in a studio setting.
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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.
Congratulations! Selected by a panel of judges, Randolph Peay and Corey Strange have been awarded a full scholarship to tour Paris with the ICAA Utah Chapter this May 22-29. Led by Micah Christensen, Michael Djordjevitch, Paul Monson, and Brett Levitre, the tour will explore the art museums and sites of Classical Paris.
Please join us in beautiful Memory Grove for a very special evening as we support and celebrate the Classical Arts. The Gala will include dinner with a fine art & antique auction, awards, and musical performances. Click here to register Art auction includes pieces by contemporary Utah classical artists exclusive to this event as well … Continue reading The Utah Classical Arts Gala
Great walkable neighborhoods are powerful economic and social forces. They 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 things worse? The ICAA and UVU are teaming up to provide answers in a public workshop in Murray, Utah
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. Four-hour time limit! Get ready to make decisions and draw quickly!
-- Exclusive Art and Architecture History Tours -- The ICAA Utah Chapter is pleased to partner with Anthony's Fine Art and the Beaux Arts Academy to lead tours of two of the historic centers of Europe: Paris and Madrid. Participants will enjoy access to some of the most significant art collections and architectural sites in … Continue reading Travel to Paris and Spain in 2019
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 … Continue reading ICAA Utah YouTube Channel!
The ICAA is committed to the understanding and appreciation of classical design. Our calendar offers something for everyone, from the beginner to the seasoned practitioner. ICAA members receive discounted or free admission to all ICAA Utah classes as well as all ICAA programs around the country. ~ Join today! ~ Classical Architecture Primer Series at Utah Valley University … Continue reading 2019 Calendar
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 … Continue reading Forgotten Masters & Monuments: A Free Lecture Series by Dr. Micah Christensen & Prof. Michael Djordjevitch