Here, briefly, are a number of upcoming events sponsored (or not) by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art. Details and registration, where applicable, are here.
Wednesday, March 26 – The inaugural Boston Design Week, beginning the 20th, features a panel moderated by ICAA President John Margolis on “Creating Timeless Homes in New England.” The panelists will include David Andreozzi, who has appeared in this blog on several occasions recently, plus other ICAA board members, including Sally Wilson, of Wilson Kelsey Design (interiors), of Salem, Mass., and Gregory Lombardi, a former ICAA board member, of Gregory Lombardi Design Landscape Architecture. (Try to register at the above link to make sure event is not sold out.)
The panel, 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Suite 147, 1 Design Place, Boston, is free.
Saturday, March 29 – Guided tours and sketching at the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston. There are two tours, 11:15 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., costing $20 for ICAA members and $25 for nonmembers. The two tours are identical and conducted by the MFA staff. The drawing will be your own. Please bring your own sketching materials.
Wednesday, April 9 – Design Talks: Progressive Classicism, with Aaron Helfand, of the ICAA New England board, and Boston architect and former ICAA New England board member John Tittmann. The Design Talks event runs from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Boston Architectural College.
Saturday, May 3 – Symposium on the architecture of Richard Morris Hunt, at the Newport Casino (Tennis Hall of Fame). Speakers will include Richard Guy Wilson, UVa., John Grovsner, of Northeast Collaborative Architects, and Paul Miller, curator of the Newport County Preservation Society. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., reserved seats $110. Call 401/849-3990 to register.
Thursday, June 12 – Lecture by Peter Pennoyer, classical architect in New York City and national board member of the ICAA, along with co-author Anne Walker, at 6 p.m. in the Boston Athenaeum, 10 and a half Beacon St., Boston. More info on this event is here.