Join the National Civic Art Society for a Classical Tour of Washington, D.C.

(Joe Malchow)
In my spare time, I serve on the volunteer Board of the National Civic Art Society, an excellent organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. and focused on enforcing aesthetic standards in public architecture. Readers won’t be surprised to learn that the federal government lavishes tens of millions on “starchitects” of low taste and great fame on the global capital cocktail circuit.
This summer, the Society is going to run a series of architectural tours of Washington –– a city which is, architecturally speaking, halfway between heaven and hell –– with noted historian and architect Michael Curtis, whose book on the architecture of Washington will be published in November this year by The History Press. The tours are essentially free, although you do need to plump $10 to reserve your spot.
As the NCAS puts it:
These tours are fashioned for those who wish a greater under- standing of why and how

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