The National Organization of Minority Architects, Southern California Chapter hosts an Architecture & Engineering Summer Camp to teach and to engage youth about the process and impact of architectural design.
The camps are designed to teach the basics of architectural design, inclusive of mapping, site investigation, sketching, scaled drawings, model-making, sustainability, and presentation skills.
The program is designed and taught, primarily although not exclusively, by local African-American architects, engineers, interior designers and urban planners.
At the completion of the camp, each youth will have a stronger understanding of how to be engaged and active in the positive changes of the built-environment in their communities, as well as, having a greater understanding of the skills and role of an architect.
The ultimate goal is to have the students matriculate to college as architecture majors and increase the number of licensed architects of color.
Saturdays – July 13, 20 and 27
Lunch and snacks are provided.
*** Be sure to say you learned about this camp from Black Cultural Events!***
How to Register?
See website for details