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!
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
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
Beauty that Matters: Examining the Virtues of Artistic Beauty A Salon Discussion Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Utah Chapter Salon Discussion: Please join us for an open discussion with artists and architects sharing their views on the values of beauty. Light refreshments will be served. References for discussion: Documentary "Why … Continue reading Beauty that Matters: Examining the Virtues of Artistic Beauty A Salon Discussion
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
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
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