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Architecture Intensive – San Francisco
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Posted by: California College of the Arts
Deadline: Wed, May 23rd, 2018
Making Architecture is a full-time summer program for college students, recent graduates, inspired professionals, international applicants, and career-changers considering graduate education or a career in architecture.
CCA Architecture faculty guide students in an intensive design studio that introduces techniques and skills in drawing, model-making, and critical thinking that are central to architectural design. Students benefit from CCA Architecture’s signature expertise in technological innovation, digital craft, and creative experimentation with exposure to cutting-edge technologies of 3d modeling, digital fabrication, and robotic drawing. No previous architectural experience is required—just an adventurous outlook, a desire to challenge yourself, and a passion for making.
Housing is available.
Making Architecture runs for four weeks, July 9-August 3, 2018, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. Students can expect to complete a body of work that will help propel them into the next stage of their architectural careers—work that demonstrates both competency with basic principles of architectural design and an understanding of the latest experimental techniques of design and fabrication. CCA awards 3 undergraduate credits, a transcript, and a letter grade upon successful completion of the program.
For international applicants, Making Architecture is an ideal way to participate in an intensive design studio while experiencing American culture and academic life.
Posted on Fri, May 4th, 2018
Expires on Wed, May 23rd, 2018
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