PROJECT PIPELINE is a mentorship program established by the National Organization of Minority Architects in 2005 designed to encourage equality within the profession and provide an introduction to young students interested in the world of Architecture and Design. The program consists of a summer camp, yearlong workshop series and year-end competition, all within the framework of sustained mentorship program.
PROJECT PIPELINE CAMP is a process driven Architecture and Design Camp Students in the New Orleans and Baton Rogue Areas. Students will be introduced to the people, professions, and ideas that make up the design profession. Camp attendees of varied skill levels and interests are asked to work both individually and collaboratively to address community focused issues through creativity and design innovation. Pipeline students will be asked to think creatively about the spaces around them and given the opportunity to investigate how they can best influence those spaces. Each day will consist of various hands on activities and learning sessions designed to encourage students to synthesis and interpret new information as the design new places for the city to engage with. By the end of camp, Pipeline students will have created the building blocks of a better city, designed a community that reflects their academic, cultural, and design interest!
If you or a student you know is interested in Music, Art, Design, Math, Science, Movies, Literature, then this is the prefect camp! Sign up to join us and find out more!