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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Credits
    model Courtesy of the Grand Central Academy blog Student sketching Courtesy of the Grand Central Academy blog Students working on sculptures Courtesy of the Grand Central Academy blog New York Public Library Photo by Antonio M Rosario Getty Images Group of cypress trees on hillside Monteriggioni Tuscany Italy Photo by Paul Edmondson Getty Images One hundred years later children continue to learn about architecture and ancient history in the Hall of Architecture Photo by Tom Little 2007 Vue de L entrée de La Llace du Capitole Prise Sous Le Portique du Palais des Conservateurs Agrigento Sicily Summary Page Photo Credits La Grille Royale at Versailles Photo by Francois Poche ICA CA Rome Travel Tour Plate 276 Masonry A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry Nelson Shanks in his portraiture class Illuminated Manuscript Photo from Wikimedia Commons Mid Atlantic chapter participants along the Garden Allee at the William Paca House Photo by Kevin Gaughin Giannetti s Studio in Brentwood Maryland Photo by Tinius Arts Photography Gil Schafer Public viewing of the complete scuplutres at the 2008 Annual Classical Figure Sculpure Competition Photo by Brian Houlihan Colosseum Rome Italy Photo by Tom Brakefield Getty Images Les Metalliers Champenois studio Dome and

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    Privacy Policy Donate Now Home Join the ICAA Today Classicist Blog E Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Programs Conferences No courses at this time Check back soon for upcoming Spring Summer programs 20 west 44th street New York NY 10036 tel 212 730 9646 fax 212 730 9649 Credits ICAA has pioneered an ecumenical curriculum model aimed to educate all individuals interested in mastering the language of classical design Join

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    Arts design method the role of precedent in developing a solution to a set of architectural conditions principles and methods of applying the classical elements and classical design concepts principles and planning strategies All subject areas Elements of Classical Architecture Proportion History Literature Drawing Rendering and the Art of Building are synthesized in the Classical Design Study THE ELEMENTS OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE The Elements of Classical Architecture examines the canon of proportioning systems for the Classical Orders which has guided the practice of classical architecture since antiquity Central to the study and appreciation of classical design is familiarity with the terminology grammar and geometry of Classical Orders Mouldings and Elements DRAWING and RENDERING Drawing and Delineation is the graphic representation of the three dimensional world All of the modes of graphic expression are controlled by an understanding of geometry proportion and light and shade Students are introduced to a variety of manual drawing and rendering techniques and their role in the design process through the following courses hand drafting sketchbook study perspective measured and observational drawing and watercolor and wash rendering GEOMETRY and PROPORTION The study of proportion includes the practical methods of numerically and geometrically describing and designing a classical building as well as the theoretical concepts of symbolic and qualitative number and shape Proportion in the classical arts involves the use of number and geometry as design tools Students are introduced to concepts and methods of application of the classical proportional idea and their connection to the canons of classical architecture THE LITERATURE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE The classical tradition in architecture has been transmitted through the influence of written and illustrated publication Students are introduced to major texts of the classical tradition their impact on the built realm and their use as a resource for the contemporary practitioner

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places The building houses the General Society s library which has an exceptional collection of books and journals related to the building arts For more information please visit generalsociety org ICAA RESOURCES The ICAA Research Library is a collection of over 2 000 books monographs sketchbooks and exhibition catalogs focusing on the classical tradition in art and architecture ICAA resources also include a collection of approximately 100 plaster casts of antique and renaissance sculpture and architecture from the Metropolitan Museum of Art TUITION and FEES Tuition for the Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is 1 750 00 Applicants should factor in additional costs for living in New York for four weeks Housing is not included in the cost Driehaus Scholarship Thanks to the The Richard H Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust the ICAA is able to offer scholarships to ensure accessibility to the program for students of all financial backgrounds Students accepted into the program will receive a scholarship to offset tuition and will carry the moniker of Driehaus Scholar All decisions regarding scholarships and awards are made solely at the discretion of the ICAA in accordance with established policies and procedures Please inquire with education classicist org for additional information Additional Fees Tuition covers all lectures entrances to museums etc and some course materials Please expect to purchase additional materials prior to and during the course of the program HOUSING Please inquire with the education administrative team to discuss housing options ACADEMIC CREDITS The Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is offered on a non credit basis Students who wish to take the four week program for credit through their home institution should inquire about requirements ahead of time from their school It is advisable to seek approval prior to taking the

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    310 New York NY 10036 The following materials are required for admission Completed Application Form A brief letter describing why the applicant is interested in and how s he will benefit from the program Examples of applicant s work suggested 3 4 images submitted as PDF s Resumé or Curriculum Vitae Letter of Recommendation Application Deadline The deadline is April 22 2016 for all applications Scholarship Opportunities To be considered

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    TBA Throughout its history America has depended upon books as a chief source of design for almost all of its houses A specialized form of literature developed to serve the interests of those engaged in designing and constructing houses the most essential type of building This class will explore the evolution of the house design book in the United States Numerous examples of the more visually arresting or socially compelling volumes will be highlighted during the class books that reveal the character of our country as much as they do the style of the houses in which we have chosen to live Instructor Richard Cheek Location 20 West 44th Street Suite 310 New York NY Pre Requisites None Continuing Education 2 AIA LUs Tuition 90 80 Members Sign up for your first Continuing Education course at the ICAA and get 50 off Call 212 730 9646 111 or e mail education classicist org to enroll at this discounted rate This offer applies to all Spring Continuing Education courses and if you sign up before the end of April Please email education classicist org or call 212 730 9646 111 with questions about the course or registration 20 west 44th street

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