Background Image Alternative Text: left to right: Michael Berk, Kimberly Brown, and Dan Camp chat at the top of the stairs in Giles Hall
Background Image Alternative Text: a view from the back of the Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium in Giles Hall; Kimberly Brown stands at the lectern opening the workshop

ICAA holds Dan and Gemma Camp Workshop in Classical Design

The workshop introduced classical architecture as a living language to encourage appreciation of the enduring forms that shape our built environment.

view from the back of the Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium in Giles Hall; Kimberly Brown stands at the lectern to welcome everyone
Vice Chair of the MSU School of Architecture Advisory Board Kimberly Brown welcomes everyone and opens the workshop.

The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA) held a workshop on Feb. 28-29 at Mississippi State University.

Sponsored by Dan and Gemma Camp, the workshop introduced classical architecture as a living language to encourage appreciation of the enduring forms that shape our built environment.

The program included professional presentations featuring case studies of recent work in this field and hands-on drawing to explore the grammar of the classical elements and their application on the campus of Mississippi State.

Participants received five AIA HSWs and eight credits towards the ICAA Certificate in Classical Architecture.

Read more and see photos from the event at ICAA.com

Additional event photos.