Ryerson University’s Department of Architectural Science and Department of Athletics host this two week program to introduce campers to intermediate skills of 3D design. Campers learn how to use multiple programs – including SketchUp, Enscape, and Adobe Photoshop – through a range of self-directed creative projects. Each camper will create multiple projects that expand their digital design skills.
Note: this program teaches campers how to use industry-standard tools to create imagery and models, and thus has specific requirements for parents & guardians related to computer hardware and software. Please review these requirements carefully prior to registering.
Campers learn intermediate 3D design skills through live lessons and self-directed creative projects. Additionally, all campers receive individual feedback and guidance on their personal portfolio from current Ryerson students and faculty in the Department of Architectural Science.
Starting daily at 10:00am, aspiring 3D Designers will enjoy a unique camp experience right from their home. Youth are guided through the fundamentals of 3D design via live video lessons from their counsellors, coupled with optional social activities in "cabin" groups with camp-style fun & games. In addition to design instruction & community-building games, each camp day includes lively GUAM (Get Up And Move) programming to prevent screen time burnout.