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Alan R. Novak (1934–2018)

19 June 2018

Alan R. Novak (far left) shown in 1984 with fellow Commission members at the CFA’s former offices at 708 Jackson Place on Lafayette Square. Left to right: Alan R. Novak, Sondra G. Myers, Edward D. Stone Jr., Chairman J. Carter Brown, John S. Chase Jr, and Walter A. Netsch.

The U....

Open Staff Position: Historic Preservation Specialist

9 March 2018

The Commission of Fine Arts is seeking to fill a staff position for a historic preservation specialist to assist with the review of cases submitted under the Old Georgetown Act. A full description of the position and information about how to apply are available online at USAJOBS for ...

CFA Minutes Available Online

15 November 2017

The minutes of the Commission of Fine Arts from 1910 through 2002 are now available online at the Internet Archive—a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works with organizations and government agencies to preserve records and provide universal access to information. Presenting the opinions and decisions...

CAROLYN J. DEAVER (1939–2017)

7 September 2017

Carolyn J. Deaver (front row, center) shown in 1989 with fellow Commission members on the steps of the CFA’s former offices at 708 Jackson Place on Lafayette Square. Top, left to right: Roy M. Goodman, Diane Wolf, Frederick E. Hart, and Chairman J. Carter Brown. Bottom, left to right: Pascal...

Diana Balmori (1932–2016)

16 November 2016

The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts is saddened to note the passing of former member Diana Balmori, FASLA. The founder of Balmori Associates in New York City and a professor at Yale University, she served on the...

John Belle (1932–2016)

19 October 2016
John Belle (1932–2016)

The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts is saddened to note the passing of former member John Belle, FAIA. A retired founding partner of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, he served on the Commission from 2005...

Edward D. Dunson, Jr. appointed to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts

9 April 2015

The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts is pleased to announce that on 8 April 2015, the President appointed Edward D. Dunson, Jr., AIA, to serve a four-year term on the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts in Washington, D.C.

Edward Dunson is a licensed architect and design consultant with more than 30...

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