Young people explore architecture through design projects, field trips and building activities during these 3-day programs at the Center for Architecture, held during winter and spring school vacations. Programs are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Studio@theCenter architecture programs run Tuesday through Thursday, 9am-4pm at the Center for Architecture. Each week explores a different topic in architecture and design through art and building activities. Students bring their own lunch daily.
Programs are for students currently in grades 3-12. Classes are limited to 18 students; 10 students for Digital Design classes.
A limited number of need-based partial scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship, submit your Scholarship Application, proof of financial need and also register online using the links below as a "Scholarship Applicant."
Scholarship applications are due January 15 for the February program, February 15 for the March program, and March 15 for the April program.
April 7-9, 2015
TREEHOUSE DESIGN: (Grades 3-5)
Create your own fantastic model treehouse! Students will begin by crafting their own tree out of wood and paper mache, then work with its unique arrangement of branches to build a one-of-a-kind treehouse, just the right size for a favorite toy or figurine.
April 7-9, 2015
DIGITAL DESIGN: SUBWAY DESIGNER (Grades 6-8)
This design studio introduces students to Sketch-Up, a fun and free 3D computer modeling program. A visit to the state-of-the-art Fulton Street Station will be inspiration for designing a subway station of the future.