The art of building is simple, but few people understand how it all gets put together. For young minds, knowing the basic principles of building construction and its relationship to the environment, geography and climate will be essential for engaging with and acting on critical issues of our future. The Woodlands Township Recreation Center is now offering a new architecture program for youth – HouseStories Mini Maker Studio.
HouseStories is an educational company aiming to teach kids about architecture and architectural history. They will be offering their Mini Maker Studio Program at the Recreation Center on Wednesdays starting April 13th.
In this program children will get their hands dirty building models of simple houses and villages from around the world to see how shape, material, structure, geography, and climate are related. Developed by a professional architect, HouseStories enables kids to understand, visualize and create their own environment.
When: Wednesdays from April 13 – May 18, 2016
Time: 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Fee: $110 Resident, $120 Non Resident