December 19, 2018
In this video message, ICAA President Peter Lyden thanks the ICAA's devoted supporters for a successful year and reflects on a recent visit to the Republic of Ireland, where a great sense of generosity, community, and good spirit abounded, leaving participants inspired to further the ICAA's mission.

In case you missed it,  watch the ICAA's video  celebrating educational success in 2018 .
Award winners were honored at the Metropolitan Club of New York
On December 5, the ICAA celebrated the winners of the 2018 Stanford White Awards at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.

330 attendees gathered to recognize achievement in individual projects in architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship & artisanship throughout New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Twenty-three artists were exhibited across three floors
The ICAA, in conjunction with Classical American Homes Preservation Trust (CAHPT), recently hosted a New York City exhibition of works by young artists and designers who represent emerging talent in the fields of traditional architecture, art, and design.

Displayed across three floors of the historic George F. Baker Houses, the exhibited works offered a glimpse at a bright future for high-quality art and craftsmanship.

Watch a video highlighting this program for middle school students
The ICAA’s  New Heights  pr ogram introduces middle school students to classical architecture through lessons in the classroom and experiences in the field. In 2018, Michael G. Imber Architects, under the leadership of Mac White and Andrew Gander, brought the program to Alamo Heights Junior School in Texas.

See highlights of the program in a video sponsored by Michael G. Imber Architects.

Registration is now open for upcoming Continuing Education programs
The ICAA offers a diverse range of  Continuing Education  programs for professionals, students, and enthusiasts on topics in architecture and the allied arts.

This spring's calendar features courses across the country, many of which offer Continuing Education credit.

Each year, the ICAA offers a variety of travel programs that allow our travelers to experience the world's most stunning private homes, palaces, gardens, and architectural sites. The ICAA is excited to present the 2019 travel program calendar, which will bring participants to such locales as Barcelona , the Scottish Highlands , New Orleans , London , Rome , Savannah , and more.

Registration is now open for two new workshops in taking place in early 2019
ICAA Workshops introduce students pursuing professional studies in architecture and allied fields to the vitality of the classical tradition in contemporary architectural design.

The ICAA is proud to announce two new Workshops in Classical Architectural Design in 2019:

February 9 Florida: Addison Mizner Awards

March 9 Southeast: Philip Trammell Shutze Awards

March 30 Washington Mid Atlantic: John Russell Pope Awards

April 27 New England: Bulfinch Awards

Special Premium Gift Offer Available During the Holiday Season

This holiday season, the ICAA is running a special Premium Gift offer, allowing you to give the gift of membership along with one of two books (at 50% off retail price) for the cost of membership plus $30.

Book options include:
  • Americans in Paris: Foundations of America's Architectural Gilded Age by Jean Paul Carlhian and Margot M. Ellis
  • Edifices de Rome Moderne by Paul Letarouilly

The ICAA depends on the generosity of our supporters in order to educate and inspire the classicists of both today and tomorrow. By donating to the ICAA's Year End Appeal, you help sustain vital educational programming. .