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Travis Park and McNay Art Museum host F2

Digital Fabrication at UTSA  Read More

Department of Architecture

Travis Park and McNay Art Museum host F2

Kevin McClellan, Andrew Kudless and UTSA Architecture students build F2

2014 Design Awards

Best Designers 2014 @ UTSA 

Department of Architecture

2014 Design Awards

2014 Design Awards (L-R):
Chase White (4th Year)
Jaqueline Cook (IDE 4th Year)
Barbara Warren (Grad 1st Year)
Aaron Stone (2nd Year - ARC)
Candice Ng (2nd Year - IDE)
Jeffrey Harper (3rd Year)
Jingqi Li (M.Arch 3)
Nayelle Reyes (3rd Year-IDE)
Mariano Garcia (1st Year)

2014 Radius

Great Start to Annual Review Week ... 

Department of Architecture

2014 Radius

Radius Competition winners Bryan Sanchez (2nd), Candice Ng (2nd), Aaron Stone (1st), Gerson Mora-Field (3rd), Keyanna Yerri (3rd), & Carmelo Pereira (3rd) pose with their models. Congratulations to all.

Andrew Kudless

Digital Fabrication at UTSA  Read More

Department of Architecture

Andrew Kudless

Dean’s Distinguished
Visiting Critic 2014

Digital Fabrication

Javier Sanchez

Javier Sanchez @ UTSA 

Department of Architecture

Javier Sanchez

Dean’s Distinguished
Visiting Critic for 2013


Arquitecto

Gaudi

Study Abroad in Barcelona  Read More

Department of Architecture

Gaudi

Casa Batllo (1877)
Antonio Gaudi
@ Study Abroad in Barcelona every Fall

Raymond Russell Park

Design-Build at UTSA  Read More

Department of Architecture

Raymond Russell Park

Raymond Russell Park
Design Build Project

Diane Hays (faculty)

ACSA National

Students and Faculty at ACSA National  

Department of Architecture

ACSA National

Prof. Ian Caine, Trenton Tunks, Carlos Firpi, Gilbert Pena, Chris Hernandez, and Kane Toler present “Urban X-Change” at the National ACSA Conference in Miami 2014

2014 Summer Career Academy in Architecture & Interior Design

The Summer Academy in Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Texas at San Antonio offers a two-week summer introduction to the design careers and education of architects and interior designers. Taught by faculty members of the College of Architecture, the Summer Academy provides hands-on insight into the creative and professional practice of architecture and interior design. It is intended to help high school and college students ponder whether architecture or interior design is right for them. Previous design experience is not required. Curiosity is the only prerequisite.

 

Design & Career Exploration

Held in the design studios of UTSA’s College of Architecture, participants will be introduced to many of the challenges and rewards involved in creating the designed environment. Within a short walk, downtown San Antonio will be our laboratory for both visual and hands-on design exercises that engage personal exploration in introducing basic design skills such as: sketching, creative and spatial thinking, model construction, photography, and the organization of architectural information. Field trips will take you to local architecture and design firms and construction projects, as well as significant San Antonio architecture.

 

UTSA Summer Academy participants will:

  • develop an appreciation of the designed environment
  • become familiar with actual construction and design practice
  • explore drawing, modeling, and design thinking
  • explore creative and visual thinking skills
  • utilize observation and communication skills
  • visit offices of design professionals & construction sites
  • gain clarity about the education of design professions

 

 

SESSION 1: Monday-Friday, June 9-20, 2014

$650

(High school students; minimum 14 years or older only.)

 

SESSION 2: Monday - Friday, August 4 - 15, 2014   

FREE for 9th grade SAISD students only

(fee supported by UTSA GEAR UP 2)

 

(Session 2 participants must be 9th grade SAISD student rising to 10th grade in Fall 2014. Session 2 application will require one letter of recommendation.)

 

The Summer Career Academy is for high school students and others interested in architecture and interior design careers. Classes are held in the Monterey Building on the UTSA Downtown Campus. Fee includes studio space in which to work, tools and supplies necessary to daily exercises, field trips, free lunch, and the opportunity to interact with design professionals, faculty, and design students. 

Participants receive FREE UTSA T-shirt, sketchbook, pencils, tracing paper, ruler, and UTSA bag.

 

Note: Summer Career Academy daily classes meet 10 a.m.  –  4 p.m. Academy is not an overnight residential program. Daily lunch provided FREE. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited to 28 students per session.

 

Summer Career Academy Application Form

For more information, please contact Professor Stephen Temple at 210.458.3023 or stephen.temple@utsa.edu