Friday, September 27, 2013

ICAA Fall Continuing Education Classes

Study with our colleagues at the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art! Learning to place fine art skills in an architectural context can open the door to a realm of opportunities for both personal and professional growth. Learn both foundational and advanced skills in a host of architectural, design, and fine arts areas.  Explore an engaging season of fall continuing education courses.
Students at work on drafting and design exercises.
Four classes start next week (click course titles for more information & to enroll):

Basic Architectural Literacy
Two evening sessions: September 30 & October 1, 6-8:30pm
Taught by historian Calder Loth

Designing with Color: Techniques & Inspiration

Four sessions: Wednesdays, October 2-16, 6:30-8:30pm; and Saturday, October 12, 10am-1pm & 2-5pm
Taught by interior designer Nina Roefaro Lomeo

The Sketchbook: A Record of Discovery
(Greenwich, CT)
Six evening sessions: Thursdays, October 3-November 14 (no class October 31),  5:30-7:30pm
Taught by architect Kahlil Hamady and interior designer Leslie-jon Vickory

The Experience of Typography & Lettering
One Saturday session: October 5, 10am-1pm & 2-5pm
Taught by architectural designer Seth Weine

To view the full calendar of fall classes, please visit the ICAA online. Financial assistance and student discounts are available for those who qualify.

Those interested may register online or by contacting the ICAA education office at (212) 730-9646 x108 or education@classicist.org.

A student exemplifies the importance of the sketchbook at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A student tries her hand at lettering.
Ink sketch by Abigail Tulis
Student desk at the Beaux-Arts Atelier, the ICAA's full-time program in classical architecture.
Students examine the facade of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC.

1 comment:

Yvone Perales said...

I am quite interested in the sue of colors in designing. Guess I was too late. I hope you still have another schedule for that. Thanks!

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