Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science presents this week-long camp for campers looking to unleash their creativity!
Campers learn from some of the top Architectural Science students at Ryerson, and participate in innovative and engaging team and individual exercises.
Each week features a distinct take-home project that campers work on. Each camper gets to keep their projects at the end of their camp week.
This program features time for recreational activities, including use of the Recreation and Athletic Centre gyms, studios, and other spaces.
The curriculum for Architecture Camp is developed by Dr. Vince Hui, who is a past recipient of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Teacher Award, external link.
Dates, Fees, and Descriptions
July 26 - 30: $485 (5 days)
Concrete Week! Each camper will cast their own concrete bookend, and will work together to create a reinforced "concrete" beam out of breakfast cereal.
Aug 3 - 6: $440 (4 days)
Construction Production! Campers create their own concrete planter, and collaborate on constructing a free-standing shelter with their team.
Aug 9 - 13: $485 (5 days)
Building Types! Everyone builds (and designs) a "book nook" house nightlight for their bookshelf, and works together to create a protective enclosures.
Aug 16 - 20: $485 (5 days)
Operation Circulation! Campers learn how architects direct people through spaces by making their own wayfinding robot game, and work in teams to build a Rube Goldberg egg racecourse.
Registration closes three (3) business days before the start of a session, OR when that program is full.
Please note that policies related to our program, “last minute” registration, transfers, refunds, and dismissal can be found on our Registration Policies page.
All campers 9 – 13 years old (as of December 31, 2021)