Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Summer Lecture Series at ICA&CA

The Hudson River Valley: An Allegory of its Architecture, Landscape and Artistic Legace, 400 Years After the Voyage of the Half Moon

Catskill Creek, 1845 by Thomas Cole (American 1801-1848),
Oil on canvas, 26 1/2 x 36 inches. The New-York Historical Society, Robert L. Stuart Collection.

LECTURE I – Sponsored by Hammersmith Studios
Wednesday, June 10
The Sanctified Landscape: Memory, Place, and the Mid-Hudson Valley in the Nineteenth Century by Dr. David Schuyler, Professor of American Studies, Franklin & Marshall College

LECTURE II – Sponsored by P.E. Guerin, Inc.
Wednesday, June 17
A Geography of the Ideal: The Hudson River and the Hudson River School by Linda Ferber, PhD, Executive Vice President & Museum Director of the New-York Historical Society

LECTURE III – Sponsored by Peter Cosola, Inc.
Wednesday, June 24
Historic Hudson River Houses 1663-1915 by Gregory Long, President and CEO of The New York Botanical Garden

LECTURE IV – Sponsored by Andrew V. Giambertone & Associates, Architects, P.C.
Wednesday, July 8
Edgewater: Building Classical Architecture along the Hudson River by Michael Middleton Dwyer, architect and editor (Great Houses of the Hudson River, Bullfinch Press, 2001)

General Society Library
20 West 44th Street
Receptions at 6:30 pm
Lectures to follow at 7:00 pm

The ICA&CA Summer Lecture Series is FREE to ICA&CA Members
and employees of Professional Member Firms, as well as all students with current identification
$20 per lecture General Admission; $65 for the full series

To reserve:
RSVP required, call (212) 730-9646, ext. 109 or reserve on-line at

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