The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) is pleased to introduce our Summer Studio in Classical Architecture. The program is a four-week studio course designed for university level students and recent graduates pursuing careers in architecture and design. Distinguished practitioners and scholars will introduce students to classical composition and design including: the elements of classical architecture, geometry and proportion, drawing and rendering, history and theory, and materials and construction. Students will also have the opportunity to visit architecture firms in New York City to see how classical design is used in contemporary practice.
THE SUMMER STUDIO in Classical Architecture is an immersive program in the study of classical architectural design. During a four week studio, from June 22-July 18, 2015, distinguished practitioners and scholars introduce students to the elements of classical architecture, geometry and proportion, composition and design, drawing and rendering, history and theory, and materials and construction. Lectures, studio instruction, field study and visits to the studios of practitioners, craftsman and others engaged in the allied arts connect students to the world of contemporary classicism.
Join us this summer to study the enduring forms that shape our built environment and lay a foundation for a lifetime of looking at, thinking about and designing buildings.
Become a Driehaus Scholar: Thanks to 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.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2015
Application fee: $25 | Tuition: $1,500
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Students are encouraged to apply early. The Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is open to students and young professionals pursuing studies or careers in architecture and design.
For more information and to download an application, please visit: www.classicist.org/programs/summer-studio-in-ca
This program is made possible by the Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust Foundation