*This event is occurring in-person at the Center for Architecture*
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (with a one-hour lunch break*)
Date: Saturday, November 6
Join the Center for Architecture to explore the many bridges that connect different parts of New York City. Our metropolis is dependent upon suspension, cable stayed, cantilever, retractile, vertical lift and many other bridges, moving hundreds of thousands of people every day. Learn about these fascinating structures and try your hand at designing a working bridge model with the help of Center for Architecture staff. Test your bridge for strength or compete to build the longest span.
*Students will be dismissed for an hour-long independent lunch break during this program. Students must leave the Center during this time and will not be supervised.
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 for this session is Saturday, October 23.
By registering for this course, you are accepting our In-Person Programs Terms & Conditions.
CANCELLATION POLICY: 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.
VACCINATION AND MASK POLICY: All individuals 12 and older must be fully vaccinated in order to attend, and will be required to show ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the Center for Architecture. All staff, program participants, and visitors will be required to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. We will also conduct temperature checks upon entry to our programs.
For more Design Discovery offerings, check out our webpage here.
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