CAPPA Summer Camp
The College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs will hold a day camp, Summer@CAPPA 2019 , June 11-13, 2019 on the University of Texas at Arlington campus. It is a camp for high school students interested in design, architecture and interior design.
Meet students from high schools across North Texas as you engage in drawing and fabrication projects directed by CAPPA faculty in our College studios. This camp is best suited for students entering 10, 11 or 12th grades in the fall semester.
Projects are selected to actively engage students in the act of building and to creatively explore a variety of design media and methods. Past participants reported that the work completed in previous summer sessions has been invaluable in building their student portfolios for college admission.
Dates: June 11 - 13, 2019
Time: 9am - 5pm
Location: College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs Building
601 West Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019
Cost: $285. Lunch and all project material will be provided.
Only 30 students will be accepted for the 2019 day camp. Register to reserve your space in this year's camp!
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Dalton Tasset, a 2016 participant from Rockwall, told us the experience strengthened his desire to become an architect. “Summer@CAPPA was awesome," said Tasset. "I got to learn about the thinking process behind the idea of how a building gets created. There is an art behind it, an idea of a wow factor, and a connection between the person and the building. I will definitely think more in depth of how to design my buildings in the future, rather that just putting walls into Revit.”
"My adventures in architecture began with an architecture camp at UTA some two decades ago. To a tenderfoot high school sophomore like me, the camp was an eye opening experience into the realm of design, drawing, and model-making craft.”