LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design will host its annual pre-college KU Design Camp June 13-19.
Designed for high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year, the KU Design Camp provides aspiring architects, artists, designers and other students looking to explore how creativity and problem-solving skills can be applied to different in-demand career paths.
Students learn new skills, develop portfolios and gain hands-on experience in college-level studio courses taught by KU architecture and design faculty members. Campers have the option to participate in one or two studios during the week.
Studio topics include animation, architecture, branding/logo design, drawing, footwear design, interior architecture, photography and zine making.
Limited scholarships are available.
See the KU Design Camp webpage for complete details and to register.