Classical architecture is not a “style.” It is a set of timeless principles that transcend passing fashions. What are these principles and how does a designer or architect utilize them to create a composition that is both particular and universal? This three-part class taught by the ICAA Utah Chapter introduces students and professionals to the elements, proportions, principles, and language of architecture in the classical tradition. Students will gain a new perspective of history, design, and the importance of architecture in shaping the civic realm. All classes are open to the public and may be taken separately or in series with the others. Space is limited — register today!

Part I: Drawing the Moldings

September 7th
6:00 – 7:00 pm MST

Part II: The Doric Order

September 14th
5:00 – 9:00 pm MST

Part III: The Ionic Order

October 7th
5:00 – 9:00 pm MST

ICAA Members: $25 per class // Non-members: $40 per class // Students (with current Student ID): Free

How to join the Virtual Primer Series on Zoom:

*Zoom information will be sent within 24 hours of registration*
– You will need to create a Zoom account in order to participate in the webcast
– Click on the appropriate Zoom link below for each of the respective lectures.
– Please sign in to the Zoom meeting 15 minutes prior to the start in order to give yourself adequate time to fix any technical issues you may have


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