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.
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 6:30pm in room CS404 in the Computer Science building on the campus of Utah Valley University. ~All lectures qualify for one learning … Continue reading Utah Valley Spring Lecture Series
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!
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.
We are pleased to announce an exciting partnership with the ICAA Rocky Mountain Chapter! Submissions for the Robert & Judi Newman Awards are now open to firms and individuals in Utah! Submission Deadline has been extended to 7/20/2018 For submission guidelines CLICK HERE Award Categories include: Architecture Interior Design Landscape Architecture Urban Design Craftsmanship Student and … Continue reading Call for Submissions: 2018 Newman Awards
The ICAA Brings Classical Art Curriculum to Utah Junior High School. "What a joy it has been to learn at the feet of classical artists and architects over the last several weeks. Thank you for giving our students this incredible class! I have heard from many parents and students who are thrilled with what we've … Continue reading New Heights: Classical Art for Young Students in Utah