-- 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!
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
IS THE CLASSICAL TRADITION RELEVANT TODAY? Join us for a panel discussion with modern classicists. This event is in conjunction with "The Classical Tradition: Serenity, Simplicity and Harmony" Exhibit Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Utah Chapter January 11, 6:30 PM Learn More RSVP SUPPORTING SPONSORS:
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
by Duncan Stroik 1. The Second Vatican Council requires us to reject traditional church architecture and design new churches in a Modernist style. This myth is based more on what Roman Catholics have built during the past thirty years than on what the Church has taught. Even by professional accounts, the church architecture of the … Continue reading 10 Myths About Contemporary Sacred Architecture
Classicist, No. 12 The latest edition of the Classicist journal includes a roundtable discussion of Heterodoxia Architectonica, as well as articles by George Saumarez Smith on “The Space between the Orders: The Classical Landscape,” Calder Loth on “An Order for America: The Scamozzi Ionic Capital,” and Jonathan Foyle on “Stowe House,” among others. Edited … Continue reading Now Online: Classicist Journal Issues 11 & 12