- Time: July 24th – 28th (9am-4pm)
- Ages: 7-9 years
- Cost: $495
- Class Size: Max 14 students per camp
- Items to Bring : Snacks and lunch for the day, water bottle, outdoor clothes.
- Intake Form Link (Please complete and return via email)
- This program is facilitated in collaboration with Zen Maker Lab.
Calling all Engineers of the Future: Let’s build the city of the future! A hands-on engineering, designing, and building camp where we explore the different types of engineering required to first make a city work, and then make it climate-positive. We will dive into how our cities work using the applied science of Power, Environmental, Mechanical, Structural and Civil Engineering. Then we will add the lens of ClimateTech, and design our cities to include renewable energies, cleaner transportation, energy-efficient buildings, greener communities, and emerging climate technologies. We won’t just talk, we’ll also build these cities as we go with hands-on design and build projects culminating in our own green city.
Empowering the next generation of designers, makers, and healthy and active citizens. They take pride in providing top-quality education. They have been providing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematic) since 2013 and have been able to craft a curriculum that explores a design, make, and play approach. A diverse team from different parts of the world. Different talents combined to be able to support the next generation of makers.
Once registration is completed please fill out the intake form (Intake Form Link) We will be connecting with further details about the camp you are registered for, including drop off and pickup details will be closer to the start date. If you have any questions in the meantime please feel free to email us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to assist.
McTavish Academy Of Art is located on 4.2 acres in North Saanich. The 18,000 sq foot facility has multiple studios and gardens as well as indoor and outdoor play space for children to explore.