TRi-State virtual Project Pipeline 2021
Calling all future Architects and designers between the ages of 11-15 interested in learning more about buildings and cities...Tristate Virtual Project Pipeline is back!!
Our professional Architects and Designers will be teaching basic drawing, modeling, and design-thinking in a fun and immersive online environment. Students will be asked to create a design project using paper modeling, drawing, and an introduction to web-based internet skills. All project materials will be provided to students prior to camp start. All campers must have access to a smartphone, tablet, or computer with access to the internet. Camp will convene online on fall Saturdays: October 16, & November 13.
Camp will convene online on Saturdays:
Fee per session: $15
Fee for 3 sessions: $40
Please ask about our available scholarships. The deadline to register is September 15, 2021. Enroll today!
Project Pipeline is a signature program of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). Our mission is to empower young people to affect change in their community through design. Using the city as a classroom and connecting young people to real world architects and planners, we foster the next generation of design professionals, civic leaders, and changemakers. We advocate for increased diversity, fellowship, equity and excellence in design.
Deadline to enroll students for October 16th is October 13th.
More About Project Pipeline:
We continue to engage students about design in Virtual Project Pipeline programming. We introduce the approach to design and train their critical eyes in observing and critiquing the built environment.
The Project Pipeline Workshops are focused on local community based issues and opportunities. The program is built to provide students with a platform to discuss, analyze, and interpret the impact of design, art, and architecture in the built environment through focused curriculum and creative outcomes. We believe that architecture is personal and collaborative, logical and creative, and it is the relationship between these modalities that defines design thinking and in turn defines the Project Pipeline workshops. For additional information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the Architects, Engineers, and allied design professionals for your interest in inspiring the architects of tomorrow!
At our 1 day workshops, nycoba|NOMA and NOMAS volunteers facilitate introductory architecture seminars at NYC elementary, middle, high schools & youth centers. Students are led through a series of design exercises to learn about design as a tool for social change.
The generous donations from our sponsors help to sustain and expand Project Pipeline programming. If you would like to donate to support the work that we do, click here.