The National Civic Art Society announces their 2016 “Classical Architecture, Classical Values” walking tours, which will demonstrate the enduring connection between core American values and the classical architecture of the nation’s capital.
Morristown National Historical Park will welcome author David Veasey on March 12, 2016 for an illustrated talk on his book, New Jersey’s Colonial Architecture Told in 100 Buildings.
The Writers House officially opened on November 17 and will be the home to the MFA program and the English department.
Kean University will host a workshop on Vernacular Architecture, or “building without architects,” on Saturday, Sept. 19.
The National Civic Art Society is seeking a college intern for the summer to help them protect and advance a beautiful and meaningful American civic realm.
This past Halloween weekend the exhibition Sylvan Cemetery: Architecture, Art and Landscape at Woodlawn Cemetery closed at the Wallach Gallery at Columbia […]
From the National Building Museum: In 1996 the National Building Museum instituted Investigating Where we Live, a program bringing together middle […]
From The Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects: From April 21 to May 1, 2014, Washington D.C. will […]
By Linda Shopes If buildings define a place, then the structures designed by Philadelphia architect Frank Furness (1839 – 1912) […]