Architectural Design Summer Camp 2014
Date: June 23, 2014
Campers will be exposed to fundamental concepts of architecture and engineering while working within a studio environment under the direction of Architecture faculty and students.
Date: Late June 2014 [Monday – Friday]
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
ARCHITECTURE DESIGN CAMP
This exciting, educational, and, innovative summer program is a one-week commuter camp for high school students interested in gaining exposure to the world of Architecture. Students will be introduced to fundamental concepts of architecture, design, and, engineering through a variety of hands-on projects while working within a university studio environment.
Under the leadership of professors of architecture, individuals will design and model a small scale intervention with emphasis placed on the relationship between form, structure, and the surrounding environment. Each day projects will evolve through the design process which will include; drawing, model making, field trips, photography, research, and analysis. Students will gain insight into their work through individual and group discussions. By the end of the week, students will have a complete project to take home, which they will present at a reception for all participants and their guests.
Participants must be currently enrolled in the 9th-12th grades during the 2013-2014 academic year.
The cost of this program is $300. A $50 nonrefundable registration fee is due upon acceptance into the program. The remaining $250 is due no later than June 3rd.
Please follow THIS LINK to download the registration form. Note: although the payment page on the registration package states that the cost of the camp is $ 300, full payment is not due until June 3rd, so if you wish you may pay only the $ 50 registration fee now to get registered, and pay the balance of $ 250 anytime before June 3rd.
For further information contact Professor Gilbert Sunghera, S.J. @ firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Architecture Office at 313-993-1532.