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
ICAA Utah's Summer Fête The Utah Chapter of the ICAA will be holding its grandest event of the year - a Summer Fete - on Saturday, June 27th, 2015. This year's event will be held at the Historic Walker Mansion in Holladay, Utah where attendees will have a rare opportunity to tour the home and gardens. This … Continue reading ICAA’s Summer Fete
"Architecture is suffering a crisis of confidence. More and more mainstream figures in the field are admitting that the profession has lost its way," writes Justin Shubow in an article recently published by Forbes. Shubow discusses at length how the approach taken by so-called modern architects and the recent campaign by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) continues … Continue reading (Modern) Architecture Continues To Implode: More Insiders Admit The Profession Is Failing
The ICAA was created to help provide a classical education in art and architecture that is largely absent from curriculum in academia today. Many have asked the fundamental question: What is a classical architectural education? We invite you to the first ICAA Utah Chapter Evening Salon, on Thursday, November 13th to discuss this topic in … Continue reading Evening Salon: What is a Classical Architectural Education?
The Utah Chapter of ICAA has been sponsoring the Edward Fraughton Exhibition as it travels from New York City to Blue Hill, Maine. The exhibition will kick off again in Blue Hill next Saturday with an opening reception. We hope to see all of our Maine followers there! Details in the attached flyer. Please help … Continue reading Edward Fraughton Exhibition
The Utah Chapter of the ICAA is pleased to have Michael G. Imber present "The Creation of Beauty through Landscape and Culture" at the Grand America Hotel on April 15th, 2014. Details can be found on the flyer below.