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The symposium takes place September 23. Abstracts are due April 16.
We invite you to apply for a Battlefield Interpretation Grant, a new funding opportunity from the National Park Service's American Battlefield Protection Program (NPS ABPP).
IDEAL Internship grants awarded to the Atwater Kent Collection at Drexel University, the Historic New Orleans Collection and the Backstreet Cultural Museum, MFA Boston, and Newport Restoration Foundation.
41 Winners; Australia Project Wins First Craftsmanship Award
Timberlane is expanding its product offering to include custom garage doors.
More than 600 architects participated in hundreds of virtual meetings with Congress for AIA’s Capitol Hill Day.
Sponsored by Preservation Studies, Tulane School of Architecture, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, U.S. National Park Service with support from the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans.
Virtual trade shows, conferences and online education are a new reality for old-time traditionalists in the traditional building practice. Most of us prefer the engagement and intimacy of in-person events but I haven’t been to one in over a year. Like the school kids attending virtual classes, our on-screen attention spans are getting short. Screen fatigue is a new occupational hazard.
Please join the SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group and SAHGB's Women's Architectural Historian's Network for an SAH CONNECTS virtual program.
Architect Peter Pennoyer and Adrian Taylor, principal at Hyde Park Mouldings, share their insights and observations about the project with ICAA President Peter Lyden.
The now-complete product line combines striking historical visual appearance with unmatched strength and thermal efficiency
19th-century home on the Ohio River; urban apartment community win national hardscaping awards with Pine Hall Brick Company pavers.
Presented by Society of Architectural Historians.
Join Ankie Barnes, co-founder of Barnes Vanze Architects and an ICAA Board Member, for a tour of the historic Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.