We are delighted to announce our Summer High School Academy. Two five-week courses will be offered at Woodbury’s School of Architecture to students entering Grades 11 and 12. The priority registration deadline is March 31, but we will be accepting applications until the start of the program. The High School Summer Academy begins from June 22 to July 22.
For more information, please visit Woodbury’s High School Academy page. The two offers within the School of Architecture include:
Architecture laboratory is a summer college credit program that introduces students to the architecture and interior design programs at Woodbury University. Taught by our design faculty, students are exposed to all aspects of the creative process, from drawing to 3D printing and laser cutting, digital fabrication and portfolio development.
Last year, for five weeks, students enrolled in the High School Design Lab designed and built a speculative pavilion to sit along the LA River at Bette Davis Park in Burbank. Upon completion, students explored a stop motion animation depicting how the user would interact with the pavilion.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE ARCHITECTURE LAB HERE
The augmented city
In The augmented city, students will engage the city of Los Angeles using augmented reality (AR) technology. Using several free and freely available software platforms, students will develop a series of animated objects and experiences that inhabit the city through the screen of their mobile devices. Students will learn basic programming, 3D modeling and the fundamentals of human-machine interaction. Smartphone required.
SIGN UP FOR THE AUGMENTED CITY HERE
To learn more about Woodbury Summer High School Academy, click here.