Design Camp Dives into Olympic Themes

By CAM Raleigh | August 9, 2012

Article featured in the NC State University Bulletin

Laila Knio had a challenging week. First she had to tackle some new designs for the Olympic Village. Then there was an entire line of Olympic apparel to sketch out. Rounding out her Olympic project, she roughed out a few ideas for a transportation system to handle all that extra traffic around London.

No, Knio isn’t a world famous designer. But she may be someday.

This summer she’s one of 250 high school students facing some real-world challenges during an immersive summer experience called Design Camp.

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Author: Debbi Gardiner McCullough

Design Discovery

By Sarah Stadler | August 4, 2011

I’m Sarah Stadler, the Education Program Intern at CAM Raleigh. It’s been a summer jam-packed with fun projects at the museum. As the Education Intern, I’ve had many opportunities to help with activities occurring on the CAM Raleigh grounds and the NC State campus. I helped to pull together materials for First Fridays as well as setting up the supplies and the classroom for the many summer studios that filled the museum. I also laid out the application for the brand new Teen Council that will be starting this fall. It’s been an amazing experience to be able to work in a museum environment but the learning doesn’t stop there.

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Design Camp- The Final Countdown!

By CAM Raleigh | June 14, 2011

CAM Raleigh staff and interns are gearing up for the start of a very busy season of summer programs for middle and high school students. The first high school overnight Design Camp starts up on Sunday June 19th. Eighty high school students from all over North Carolina and from over 13 states across the country will descend on NC State University’s College of Design campus for an amazing week of design exploration.

Participating high school students will complete five projects involving each of the following design disciplines: architecture, art+design, graphic design, industrial design and landscape architecture.

High school students interested in finding out more about the 2012 Design Camps should email Dates, costs and other information on the 2012 summer camps will be posted on our website in October 2011.