This brief list contains a few highlights.
Designed for pleasure, to inform and delight, Studio Books are artistically crafted in prose and in verse, classic in style, traditional in theme. Each Studio Book participates in the Great Conversation of Western Civilization, that family gathering of Homer, King David, Hesiod and others whose words are put to letter, read through the centuries from writer to reader: sincerely from me to you.
NEW! The National Civic Art Society has published Modern Art: An Exhibition in Criticism ... acquire your collector's copy, now.
Other books forthcoming in 2022: Potina, Lady of the Stag (a screen-novella, second in the Aegea Trilogy series); Amorum: A History of Love (cantos I, II, and III); Akademia (a five-act verse play in iambic pentameter).
Founded in 2009, the Common Sense Society is an international network that promotes Liberty, Prosperity, and Beauty—aspirational ideas that are indispensable to human flourishing and happiness. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., with chapters across North America and Europe, the Common Sense Society educates 21st-century generations and informs public discourse through fellowship programs, curriculum resources, publications, events, civic initiatives, and media campaigns. Enduring ideas have transformed human history for the better: "Ideas have consequences." The Common Sense Society cultivates a future that learns from the best of the past—a future that is free, flourishing, thoughtful, meaningful and enduring.
Founded in 2002, the National Civic Art Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. that educates and empowers civic leaders in the promotion of public art and architecture worthy of our great Republic. We do this by advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism, and their allied arts. Through our programs and initiatives we guide government agencies and officials; assist practitioners; and educate students and the general public in the preservation and creation of beautiful, dignified public buildings, monuments, and spaces. We are mindful of Winston Churchill’s assertion: “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.”
Special Feddie Awards, medallions for university chapters especially aggrieved, discriminated against by Progressive faculty and administrators.
Redesign of the James Madison silhouette.
The "Sir Roger Scruton Prize", a medal awarded to Professor Jordon Peterson.
The "Courage Award", a statuette for annual awards.
Statuettes in production, soon to be released in limited editions.