Amidst the summer camp closure in many provinces because of the pandemic, Canadian Architecture schools opens onlIne summer camp for primary and secondary students who love design and architecture.
The Daniels Faculty has various offerings. It offers Digital Design Camp for high school students, focusing Sketch Up, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign. There is Exploring Cares in design – a program for graduating high school students and undergraduates who aspires to be an architect. It also offers Minecraft camp for 8-to-14-year-olds, which would help children improve visual thinking, environmental and urban planning.
Ryerson’s Department of Architecture Science, on the other hand, offers projects based camps for younger children for ages 9 to 13. The curriculum is spearheaded by Dr. Vince Hui, an awardee of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Teachers Award.
For high school students, Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Agriculture and Urbanism presents Imagine Architecture 2020, a three-week-lab to begin in July. It aims to educate students the basics of architecture. The first week takes emphasis on drawing techniques, scales, physic models, and domestic space. The second week talks about digital drawing through various platforms. The third focuses on architectural thinking, urban space,portfolio preparation, and urban space.