Chapter Events

Exclusive Campus Tour of Christopher Newport University

Saturday, June 2nd
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Christopher Newport University
1 University Pl, Newport News, VA 23606

Join the ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter and the Center of Palladian Studies in America for a tour of this impressive new University led by Randy Holmes, and the architecture firm, Glavé & Holmes Architecture.

Christopher Newport University has undergone a dramatic transformation over the past decade, converting the former suburban community college-type school into a campus of classically inspired buildings and landscapes, resulting in significant positive change to student enrollment and school rankings.

The recent completion of Christopher Newport Hall was the culmination of the university’s master plan for the campus’s great lawn. Its compelling design has been recognized as both a Palladio Award winner in 2016 and a John Russell Pope Award winner in 2017. This building along with seven other projects completed as a part of the master plan will be the subjects of this presentation and tour.

This event will begin with a presentation by Glavé & Holmes Architecture on the university’s master plan and campus buildings. A box lunch will follow the presentation, proceeded by a tour of the campus buildings. The event will end with a question and answer session in the award winning Pope Chapel.

Cost: $20 L’Enfants, $20 members, $20 non members

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Photography courtesy of Glavé & Holmes Architecture

Brushes & Brunch: An Introduction to Ink Wash Rendering

Saturday, June 23rd
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Catholic University of America School of Architecture + Planning, Crough Center for Architectural Studies
620 Michigan Avenue, NE
Washington, DC
20064

This course introduces the techniques of Beaux-Arts wash rendering. Students will begin by learning the basic skills needed to produce a traditional ink wash rendering of a classical elevation. They will then develop an understanding of the qualities and characteristics of light, shade, shadow, and reflected light, as well as a sensibility for how architectural geometries, forms, planes, and profiles modulate light and shade and subsequently render form apparent. This course is designed to increase students’ command of the formal possibilities of space, mass, form, and profile.

Participants will be creating their own renderings of the Doric column capital of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery to take home! There will be light brunch bites and beverages provided, as well as all of the necessary materials for the rendering.

Cost: Non-members: $65
Members: $45
L’Enfants: $25 (Scholarships Available!)
Students: FREE with valid Student ID

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