What They Are Saying

The National Civic Art Society is doing essential work in restoring republican dignity and democratic purpose to public architecture and design in America.

— George Weigel, distinguished senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center

The National Civic Art Society “has become a powerful voice against the fashionable postmodernism that, if unchecked, will wreck our civic landscape.”
— R.R. Reno, editor of First Things magazine
NCAS has shown itself to be a tenacious and effective advocate for beauty and common sense in the urban realm.
— Traditional Building

When the National Civic Art Society began its Eisenhower Memorial fight, it was like Hans Brinker plugging a dyke all by himself with one finger. Now NCAS is well on its way to becoming a Washington powerhouse.
— Allan Greenberg, architect of the diplomatic reception rooms at the U.S. State Department

You have my genuine admiration for your work.
— Andrés Duany, architect and co-founder of the Congress for New Urbanism

That is the most beautiful description of what we ought to be focused on regarding monuments and memorials that I’ve seen. In whatever future legislation we adopt, this ought to be the preamble of it.
— Rep. Tom McClintock on NCAS’s testimony to the U.S. House Subcommittee on Public Lands