Camp Architecture is a series of week-long summer day programs designed for students interested in the field of architecture and design. Participants learn to draw by hand and on the computer, construct models in the CAPLA Materials Lab, test structural models, and learn about sustainability and careers in the design field. Led by Registered Architects Valerie Lane and Eduardo Guerrero, with the support of outstanding student assistants, aspiring architects will get a unique glimpse into the world of design while acquiring skills unavailable outside a college setting.

Designed for middle school and high school students, Camp Architecture is a five-day sequence of highly orchestrated workshops. Camp sessions for summer 2019 will be announced soon. 

Camp Architecture is a public education program of the University of Arizona College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture. Your registration fee is a non-tax deductible payment. Each session is limited to 25 participants.

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