| Jun 19, 2013 |
ICAA celebrates 15 years of educational travel programs
Boh staff
By Staff

Since its first Rome drawing tour in June 1998, the Institute of Classical Art and Architecture (ICAA) has conducted a whopping 88 national and international travel programs for students, members and friends of the organization.

This record number of trips stems from a group of discerning volunteers serving on the Travel Committee, first chaired by architect and interior designer William Brockschmidt, and now sustained by landscape designer and trustee Kathryn Herman.

ICAA tour of Rome

ICAA tour of the Bibliotheque Mazarine in France

Travel partners include Tom Hayes and Lani Summerville of Classical Excursions of Lenox, Massachusetts; Pamela Darling of Exclusive Cultural Travel Programs of Paris; and Stefano Aluffi-Pentini of A Private View of Italy.

Here’s a look at the 2014 schedule of tours:

John F. Staub’s Houston, February 2014

Private Morocco, March 2014

Private Portugal, April 2014

Birmingham, Alabama, April 2014

A Personal View of Paris: Vistas with Andrew Skurman, June 2014

Brandywine, Pennsylvania, October 2014

Lutyens in India, November 2014 

Private Brooklyn, December 2014

The Travel Committee and staff of the ICAA are always eager to hear destination suggestions. Contact Paul Gunther by email or visit the website for additional information on the upcoming programs.

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