A Year in Review 2017

Missed something? Check out these featured highlights from this past year, and start gearing up for another calendar of spectacular events in 2018! In January, ICAA Utah was thrilled to see a sold-out crowd at the Springville Museum of Art's Panel Discussion, "Is the Classical Tradition Relevant Today?" Over 100 attendees -- what an evening!  Thank you … Continue reading A Year in Review 2017

Artistic Arsenals: A Lecture Series by Art Historian Dr. Micah J. Christensen

Dr. Christensen -- art historian and ICAA Utah Board Member -- is back, continuing a series of invigorating discussions tailored to both artists and art enthusiasts.  For most people knowing how to understand and enjoy art can be intimidating.  Artistic Arsenals bridges the gap between those who create art and those who want to appreciate … Continue reading Artistic Arsenals: A Lecture Series by Art Historian Dr. Micah J. Christensen

The Art and Science of Ornament – Workshop by Matthew McNicholas

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ORNAMENT by Matthew McNicholas, AIA Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art  Utah Chapter        COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Ornament -- that which beautifies and adds grace to our buildings -- plays a more important role in our everyday experience and well-being than previously understood. Join Matthew McNicholas, AIA, for a 2-day … Continue reading The Art and Science of Ornament – Workshop by Matthew McNicholas

ICAA Winter Intensive: The Elements of Classical Architecture

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2017 – SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017 20 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Among the ICAA’s most impactful and enduring education models is its Intensive Program in Classical Architecture – a seven to ten day course of study that introduces participants to the ICAA’s core curriculum through coursework in … Continue reading ICAA Winter Intensive: The Elements of Classical Architecture

Register Today: “Get Your House Right” Architectural Elements to Use and Avoid

REGISTRATION is now OPEN for GET YOUR HOUSE RIGHT Architectural Elements to Use and Avoid by John Mellor, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art  Utah Chapter COURSE DESCRIPTION:  As a two part intensive workshop,  this class is intended to teach architects and builders to learn by looking … Continue reading Register Today: “Get Your House Right” Architectural Elements to Use and Avoid

From Esquisse to Analytique: Learning from Sketching Buildings

On April 15-16th the ICAA Utah chapter held its first (sold-out) event of the year where students, architects, and designers were taught from Stephen Chrisman how to study buildings through analytical sketches. From architectural composition to a building's parti, participants learned how to analyze a building during a field study of the Utah State Capitol … Continue reading From Esquisse to Analytique: Learning from Sketching Buildings

Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to Study Buildings and Precedent

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