The Alberti Program: Architecture for Young People
The Alberti Program Architecture for Young People devoted three summers to the core themes of the Divided City Initiative. It is a problem-solving studio workshop about architecture, community, and the environment run by the Sam Fox College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design. Fourth through eleventh grade students from schools in the St. Louis Public School District do 2-D and 3-D hands-on problem solving, use the libraries and computer labs on campus, and are introduced to the field of architecture through lectures, discussions, and reviews about design projects.
Visit the website here to learn more about the Alberti Program: http://samfoxschool.wustl.edu/alberti_program
Click here to view past Alberti curriculum.