Intensive in Classical Architecture: Denver

The ICAA Rocky Mountain Chapter, in collaboration with the ICAA National Office, is pleased to host a Regional Intensive this Summer in Denver. The Intensive is an eight-day immersion in the ICAA’s core curriculum. The program is designed for professionals and students with limited time who seek a methodical introduction to the language of classical […]

Griffith Observatory: Hollywood’s Celestial Theater

Presented by the Society of Architectural Historians/Southern California Chapter Zoom Presentation Join SAH/SCC for another exciting Zoom presentation by favorite speaker SAH/SCC Member William “Stuart” Leslie. This time, Leslie will talk about the architecture of a Los Angeles icon: Griffith Park Observatory and Planetarium (John C. Austin and Frederic M. Ashley, 1935; Levin and Associates […]

Race and the Historiography of American Architecture

Presented by the Society of Architectural Historians 12:00-1:30 PM PDT / 2:00–3:30 PM CDT Free and open to the public Virtual Event on Zoom REGISTER This program will be recorded and video will be available online after the event. This publication workshop for a co-edited book project will examine the role of race in the […]

Julia Morgan Legacy Event

Presented by the Santa Monica Conservancy Virtual Presentation Join the Santa Monica Conservancy and Annenberg Community Beach House for a special commemoration of Julia Morgan, California’s first licensed woman architect. Noted for her collaboration with William Randolph Hearst to create Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Morgan left a legacy of more than 700 projects in […]

Building The Southern Pacific Railroad in Santa Barbara

Please note Pacific Standard Time. Jean Guy Dube, Guest Speaker REGISTER Grab a glass and join us for this presentation in your living room as we travel the rails of South Santa Barbara County on a fascinating look back in time to the golden age of railroad building. The railroad’s arrival in Santa Barbara in […]

Jim Garland on the Fountains of the Virginia Robinson Gardens

Please note Pacific Standard Time. If you would like to attend this Zoom presentation, please email The Friends of Robinson Gardens would like to extend an invitation to our members to participate in an upcoming Zoom presentation by Jim Garland on the design of the fountains of the Virginia Robinson Gardens. Jim Garland is […]

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners

Hosted by the Royal Oak Foundation Please note Pacific Time. Perched on the edge of the Cotswold Hills, Kiftsgate Court is a family home and garden that has been loved and cultivated by the same family for over 100 years. Three generations of women gardeners have left their mark, each building on the legacy of […]

In Pursuit of the Dream Home: Standen & Wightwick Manor

Hosted by The Royal Oak Foundation The development of the Arts and Crafts movement in the late 19th century allowed a small group of enlightened business magnates and professionals to create new, unique homes for themselves in the English countryside away from the hustle and bustle of burgeoning cities. In this lecture, historian Ian Cox […]