Watercolors by Paul D. Brown A Very Special Tour of the Utah State Capitol with David Hart and Roger Jackson For nearly a century, the State Capitol has been one of Utah’s most prominent landmarks. Designed by local architect Richard K. A. Kletting, the Capitol has been home to state government since its opening in … Continue reading REGISTER TODAY – A Very Special Tour of the Utah State Capitol with David Hart and Roger Jackson
Watercolor by Paul D. Brown ANNOUNCING REGISTRATION for ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPOSITION: HOW TO STUDY BUILDINGS AND PRECEDENT by Stephen Chrisman, Ferguson Shamamian Architects (NYC) Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Utah Chapter PART OF THE CLASSICISM DEFINED CURRICULUM SERIES COURSE DESCRIPTION: One of the most essential components of the study … Continue reading Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to Study Buildings and Precedent
"DOGMA OR DÉTENTE: FINDING COMMON GROUND BETWEEN THE AVANT-GARDE AND TRADITION" Thursday, March 24 5pm - 6:30pm 329 Rio Grande, Salt Lake City, Utah Come join us for good food and conversation this year at the ICAA Utah Evening Salons. The format for each salon will be a brief presentation from a Utah architect or artist followed … Continue reading Evening Salon – DOGMA OR DÉTENTE: FINDING COMMON GROUND BETWEEN THE AVANT-GARDE AND TRADITION
The Utah Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is pleased to announce its calendar of events for 2016. March 24 - Evening Salon, Architectural Topic April 15-16 - “Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to study Buildings and Precedent” Part of the Classicism Defined Curriculum Series, Stephen Chrisman, Ferguson Shamamian Architects (NYC) … Continue reading 2016 ICAA Utah’s Calendar of Events
Would a conference on hand drawing and the future of architecture be of interest to you? This is the topic that will be explored at “The Art of Architecture: Hand Drawing and Design” conference, to be held Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2016 at the University of Notre Dame.
What do old books have to do with the contemporary practice of architecture? Come debate and discuss the relevance of old ideas on new buildings at the ICAA Evening Salons this year. Historically, salons were held in Europe and the United States to discuss important themes in art, literature, and politics. At the ICAA Evening Salons we will … Continue reading 2015 Schedule for Evening Salons: Why do the Great Books Matter?
What is the ICAA? The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) is the leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the practice and appreciation of the classical tradition in architecture and the allied arts.The Utah Chapter promotes the mission of the ICAA through four program areas: education, publications, awards, and advocacy. EDUCATION ICAA provides … Continue reading What is the ICAA?
ICAA membership includes complimentary or reduced admission to programs and events across all of the 15 ICAA chapters nationwide. When you sign up for membership please indicate the Utah Chapter and half of the membership dues will go directly towards programming here in the Mountain West. Join the ICAA Please add me to the ICAA … Continue reading Join the ICAA Today!
The second Evening Salon this year will be held on Thursday, May 14th. Our theme for the year is "Why do the Great Books Matter?" As we did in the first salon this year, we will be discussing one treatise from history paired with contemporary articles. For the upcoming salon, please read the following: Historical … Continue reading Evening Salon – Alberti on Architectural Beauty
The Salt Lake Masonic Temple, built in 1929, is a building that celebrates the classical tradition with artistic and architectural influences from Renaissance Italy, Colonial Virginia, Egyptian Temples, 14th Century English Courts, and Moorish Spain. On Saturday, May 2nd from 10:00 A.M. through 2:00 P.M. there will be an open house for public tours and the opportunity … Continue reading Salt Lake Masonic Temple Open House – May 2nd