Canadian architecture schools offer online summer camps for kids and teens

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Summer time is just around the corner and as the province begins to slowly open up, in-person activity remains limited, but virtual recreations persist. This season, Canadian Architecture schools are offering a variety of summer architecture programs for kids and teens to enjoy in the comfort of their homes: 

Daniels Faculty Outreach Programs
Summer 2021

The Daniels Faculty Outreach Programs – Summer 2021, is offering online programs for youth ages 8 to 18+ years starting June 28 running until September 3, 2021.

Daniels Minecraft Camp
(ages 8-14 years old)
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Daniels Digital Design Camp
(ages 12-14 years old)
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Daniels Design Bootcamp
(ages 16-18+ years old)
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NEW Daniels Architecture & Film Bootcamp
(ages 16-18+ years old)
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Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science presents a week-long camp where campers will learn from some of the top Architectural Science students at Ryerson, and participate in innovative and engaging team and individual exercises. Each week features a distinct take-home project that campers work on. Campers will have the opportunity to keep their projects at the end of their camp week. The summer projects will be announced soon.

UBC’s School Of Architecture And Landscape Architecture presents Design Discovery: a two-week online summer program that introduces high-school students, college students, graduates, and second-career professionals to a potential career in design. Through the program, participants will explore how designers can find room for experimentation and invention within the current social distancing restrictions. Online sessions with SALA faculty, current students, design professionals, and peers will introduce what an education in design looks like.