High School Virtual Summer Camp: Studio 1
COVID-19 Update: For the safety of students and staff, High School Residency: Studio 1 will be presented as a Virtual Summer Camp during the summer of 2021. Studio materials will be provided by mail. Streaming-quality internet connection and device with video chat capability required.
When Fallingwater was constructed, Edgar Kaufmann, jr. was a young man who had explored several potential career paths ranging from studio art to architecture at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. His trial and error approach to career exploration combined with time spent at Fallingwater led him to his successful career as a curator and professor of architecture and art history.
High School Virtual Summer Camp: Studio 1 is for students in grades 9 through 12 who are curious about careers in design, architecture or the visual arts. Program activities include individual and collaborative projects, drawing, model-making exercises, and daily drawing sessions in and around Fallingwater. Led by professional teaching architects, this program provides an opportunity for students to examine and explore Frank Lloyd Wright's ideas while living and studying at Fallingwater’s remarkable site.
- Livestream access to Fallingwater
- Architecture and design exercises with hands-on drawing and design projects inspired by Fallingwater
- In-depth, scholarly discussions and applications of Wright's principles of organic architecture
- Career exploration
Any student entering grades 9 through 12 is eligible to apply. No previous design experience is required. Students curious about architecture, design or visual art careers are strongly encouraged to apply. Enrollment is limited.
For more information, contact Marie Woof, Fallingwater Institute program manager, at email@example.com.
Monday, June 28 to Friday, July 2, 2021
Application due date is June 14, 2021
Tuition is $250, which includes materials sent by mail.