Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Southeast Chapter
THE SOUTHEAST CHAPTER is dedicated to advancing the practice and appreciation of classical architecture and art of our region. The Southeast Chapter fulfills this mission by educating, celebrating, and creating excellence in our craft, artistic expressions, and endeavors.
Founded in 2004, the Chapter is led by an innovative Board of Trustees and holds a diverse membership of classical enthusiasts, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, artisans, artists, craftsmen, contractors, and vendors throughout the states of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
The Shutze Awards were created to recognize the region’s finest practitioners of the classical design tradition. The awards are named for the internationally renowned, Atlanta architect Philip Trammell Shutze, who is revered as one of the twentieth century’s most devoted classicists. The Awards are celebrated annually in the Fall.
The Chapter offers students, professionals, and enthusiasts a myriad of lectures, continuing education opportunities, scholarships, and travel experiences in the classical tradition.
The Kyle Danley Taylor Memorial Scholarship for Architectural Studies is a $5,000 travel and research stipend to be awarded annually. The travel and study are to be executed in any of the southeast states, defined as Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and the District of Columbia with a focus on classical and traditional design.
The recipient will be required to provide a sketchbook facsimile (two required) to include, sketches, photography, and written narrative documenting the area of study and findings. As well, an in-person presentation of the recipient’s study is required, the venue is to be determined.
Those that are eligible to apply for this scholarship include:
· Undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in an accredited school of architecture
· Intern architect
· Registered architect
· Applicants may reside anywhere in the United States and US territories
· Applicant must be a member in good standing of ICAA or an employee of a member firm memberships begin at $45 https://www.classicist.org/membership/
· Applicant must be a US Citizen
Applications are open to proposals that include the study of traditional and classical architecture in the southeastern states of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The application may be submitted as an individual or as a team.
The study may focus on, but is not limited to, a town, city, region, or neighborhood within the southeastern states, a specific architect or architectural designer whose work is substantially in the region, or on a specific style, period, or building type.
Call for Applications: September 1, 2021
Applications submitted by 11:59 PM ET on October 24, 2021
Scholarship Award: no later than October 30, 2021
Presentation due: September 1, 2022
Facsimile sketchbooks due: September 1, 2022
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST:
□ Complete Application Form
□ A brief letter/statement of interest describing why the applicant or group is interested in the scholarship and how the applicant or group will benefit from the experience, in 300 words or less.
□ Summary of proposed travel project, including itinerary, budget, etc.
□Examples of applicant’s work to include observational or polished sketches or renderings, and photography samples; minimum of 9(nine) sample images submitted as PDFs (if a group application 3-4 images per member).
□ Resume or Curriculum Vitae to include academic honors, internships, employment history, and professional honors (if a group application resume or curriculum vitae is required for each participant).
□ Letter of Recommendation, minimum of 3(three).
□ Member of ICAA, any chapter.
The applications will be judged on the quality of the proposed subject of study and the value it will bring to the community at large including the statement of interest, required sample portfolio, resume or curriculum vitae, and letters of recommendation.
The applications will be reviewed, and award determined by a panel consisting of Kyle’s family members, professional peers, and ICAA Southeast Board of Trustees representatives.