This summer, Woodbury School of Architecture is offering their summer architecture camp for students who have completed 4th – 8th grade again. Art of Architecture is for any child that has an interest in the arts and enjoys making things.
Under the guidance of trained architects, students will be working in the computer lab, experimenting with 3-d printing and laser cutting, and learning about architecture through traditional and digital hand drawing and model making exercises. Projects from previous summers include building a group city model and a theme park model, designing building components using the laser cutter, constructing a bridge and testing its strength, and drawing a house using digital software.
Cost: $245 per week
Session Dates: June 26 – July 14
Session Days: Monday – Friday only
Times: 9 AM – 3 PM*
Classes are held on the Woodbury University campus in Burbank with extended care provided by the trained staff of the Burbank YMCA.
Please note that the summer camp participants can’t sign-up for portions (or only a week or two) of this camp. As the activities build upon previous work, students are expected to attend all three weeks.
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Here are some images from last year’s Art of Architecture final exhibition: