*This event is occurring as a live online class. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program the week prior to the program start date; please continue to register.*
This program is SOLD OUT. The waitlist for 2021 Summer Programs is available here.
Time: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm (Lunch Break: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm) ET
Dates: Monday, July 26 – Friday, July 30, 2021
What makes a great neighborhood? How do design considerations like street layouts, building types, open spaces, infrastructure and other amenities work together to create vibrant communities? Students in this virtual studio will use their own neighborhoods as a starting point for investigating these questions and learning about the process of urban design as they explore what a neighborhood is through a variety of art and building activities. Participants will then be challenged to create their own designs for an ideal neighborhood.
Students will be mailed a custom box of program materials for this class. Please ensure the street address you provide during registration is the complete mailing address where you can receive this package. We ask all students to provide their own pencil/pen, blank paper, crayons/markers/colored pencils, scissors, and a ruler or straightedge.
If you are interested in applying for a need-based scholarship, please see the Scholarship Information and Financial Need Form here. The Scholarship Application deadline is June 1.
By registering for this course you are accepting our 2021 Online Summer Programs Terms & Conditions.
As stated in our Terms and Conditions, our REFUND POLICY is as follows: Registration for all programs is non-transferable. Tuition for all programs is non-refundable. There are no exceptions to this policy. The Center for Architecture will not provide make-ups or refunds for days missed as a result of vacation plans, scheduling conflicts, illness (including COVID-19), emergencies, or other events beyond our control.
Questions? Check out our 2021 Summer Programs FAQs or email email@example.com.
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