Project Pipeline and is a national program established by the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) to empower young people to affect change in their community through design. Using their environment as the 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 fellowship, equity, and excellence in design.
We want to connect students that are underrepresented in the design field with real world professionals. Our program better prepares students for high school, college and life beyond. Through Project Pipeline, young people grasp the significance of architecture in their daily lives, as well as the broader cultural, social, and historical implications. They develop the skills and tools to contribute to their community critically and constructively.
The program is a two full day program where we guide students through all stages of design using provoking and fun exercises. Students investigate through drawing, and model building, and analyze through diagramming and research. By the program’s conclusion, students present a fully realized project that addresses an issue in their city. All materials will be provided for the students.
Qualifying students must be enrolled in 6th, 7th or 8th Grade for Fall of 2023.
Location: Sagrado Galleria
6437 S Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85042
Date: Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 14 from 8:30 – 2:30 each day
This camp introduces middle school students to architecture through various lessons with the ultimate goal of creating a group project.
Last day to register is October 10
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