Wednesday, July 21 2021-Wednesday, July 28 2021
Digital Design for Teens teaches valuable design skills to high school students. Though many high-schools teach similar courses, the Washington Architectural Foundation provides introductory education on digital drawing and 3D modeling for architectural, interior design, landscape architecture, civil and mechanical engineering purposes. Students will learn simple techniques they can practice outside of the classroom and apply in internship and educational opportunities. Digital Design for Teens is an excellent asset for any college applicant or job-seeker to have on their resume, and provides insight into the work involved in a modern design career.
Join us for the summer edition of Digital Design for Teens. Students will develop design skills using SketchUp.
July 21 & July 28, 2021 (2 sessions)
(Please note: the recommended age for Digital Design for Teens is 14-18)
Led by Ian Walker
Ian Walker is an Architectural Associate at //3877, a D.C. based, boutique architecture and design firm whose projects include many D.C. restaurants, hotels, and residences. Ian has carried a passion for the built environment much of his life. He really enjoys crafting the experience of every space. Ian aims to use his skills in architecture and engineering to better shape our policies and standards of living in the world for a sustainable future.
Upon graduation from Catholic University, Ian has led numerous youth programs at the Washington Architectural Foundation, as well as served as Community and Student Outreach with local AIA Emerging Architects Committee. Ian also currently serves on the DC National Organization of Minority Architects Executive Board. Lastly, Ian is on a steady pursuit to reveal the many opportunities that come with studying architecture and design.
This program is supported by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.