On January 7, 2016 the Cultural Heritage Commission voted in unanimous support on the designation of as a Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM). Next it goes to City Council before becoming final.
For further details and to support the LA Conservancy's efforts, please click here
Pass Holders Receive:
- Admission for one to all 2015 Southern California lectures & events
- 15% discount to Southern California classes
-The 10th Anniversary Exhibition Catalogue featuring forty acclaimed architects, designers, and artists
- Preview of all event announcements prior to being published to the general public
(Must RSVP: (310) 396-4379 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cost: $250 (A $450 value for the general public)
ICAA Members purchasing multiple passes receive $50 discount
for second and subsequent passes
Sale ends January 31st!
Saturday, June 8th, 1:30 pm
Pershing Square, Downtown LA
$25 per person (includes tour and food)
Join us for a private walking tour of some of the best historic architecture in downtown Los Angeles curated especially for the SCNC by the Los Angeles Conservancy! The tour culminates at a mixer at Cole's, restored recently to its 1915 glory.
Space is limited! Purchase tickets at Facebook.com/SoCalNeoclassicists
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The Getty Center
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Museum Lecture Hall
Admission: Free; reservations recommended. Call (310) 440-7300
May 10, 2013 10:00 am
For details, click here or read below:
The Ebell of Los Angeles: Los Angeles, CA
For developing professionals and students! The Southern California Neo Classicists (SCNC) connect developing professionals who share the common focus of classical architecture, building and design. The group is founded on the principals of personal and professional development, historic theories, innovative ideas, and lasting relationships. For details, please visit www.facebook.com/SoCalNeoClassicists
Critical Mass alternates field studies in Classical Architecture with studio sessions in the methodology of L'Ecole de Beaux Arts every Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. Critical Mass in Southern California is free and open to artists, artisans and architects.
Upcoming sessions to include:
Observational Field Drawing
Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic Construction of the Orders
Beaux Arts methodology: i.e. Esquisse, Analytique
Shades and Shadows in Charcoal
Architectural Was Rendering
Foreword by Marc Appleton
$20.00 plus tax & shipping
For details, email@example.com or (310) 396-4379
Grand Central Terminal, one of New York City’s most beloved monuments, will celebrate its centennial in 2013. A year-long series of events and projects—from art commissions and exhibitions to presentations and performances—is in the works. ICAA member Jeff DiCicco's drawing is among twenty-one drawings selected by the design jury for the special edition Moleskine sketchbook celebrating the centennial of Grand Central Terminal. The special edition Moleskine sketchbook will be on sale at the Transit Museum Stores and at other book and gift stores in November 2012.
On Saturday, September 19, join the AIA through a tour in the foothills of Santa Barbara, viewing some wonderful projects, with a focus on fire resistant or fire-rebuild design and construction, and how these processes can be applied to your homes and businesses.
The projects are all very different from each other, with a large range in size and complexity, all very interesting. The day will end with an after-party at Cielito Restaurant, which is one of the projects on tour and is in downtown Santa Barbara.
For details and to purchase tickets, click here.