ICAA-NC Historic Building Trades Workshop

Contributed by Philip Goodwin. All images by Philip Goodwin unless attributed otherwise. On April 9, 2016, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art – North Carolina and the Salem College Historic Preservation Program sponsored a Historic Building Trades Workshop at Salem College in Winston Salem, NC. Three master professionals in plaster work, woodworking, and brick masonry […]

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DESIGNING THE TRADITIONAL INTERIOR, WITH JAMES S. COLLINS

Designing the Traditional Interior, with James S. Collins Presented by the ICAA, North Carolina Chapter in Association with AIA Asheville and the Preservation Society of Asheville Thursday, May 12, 2016 • 2:00-4:15p St. Mary’s Episcopal Church 337 Charlotte St. Asheville, NC This course will introduce the fundamental philosophy and elements of traditional architecture and their […]

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HISTORIC BUILDING TRADES WORKSHOP

Salem College and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, North Carolina Chapter present master professionals in wood working, brick masonry and plaster work. These craftspeople will address typical problems and solutions found when working with historic building materials through demonstrations and hands-on learning opportunities. The program is designed for those involved with historic sites […]

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MARCH WEBINAR – LIVE: DESIGNING THE TRADITIONAL INTERIOR

The North Carolina AIA is hosting a live online webinar this month.        Designing the Traditional Interior Tuesday, March 8, 2016 12:00pm – 1:30pm Sponsored by: The Institute for Classical Architecture & Art, NC Chapter Learning Units: 1.5 HSW The course will introduce the fundamental philosophy and elements of traditional architecture and their interiors. Participants will learn the design principles […]

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TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE

The Sarah P. Duke Gardens welcomed the Traditional Building Conference to Durham, NC December 1-2, 2015. The North Carolina Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art was actively involved in the planning of the event, which was themed Materials and Methods. Several presentations, some of which included active participation, included information about plaster, […]

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Welcome

Thank you being one of the very first visitors to the NCICAA’s website, which will be the primary source of information about our chapter. As the site is developed over the coming weeks, months, and years, keep in touch via social media at facebook.com/ncicaa. Check back often as our events and classes, being held across […]

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