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Wicked Workshop Architecture: Spring Semester

    Hosted by Wicked Workshop–Join us as we merge playtime with real-world architecture!

    Drawing inspiration from literature, film and games, we will design space for Skylanders Academy and a Cat Jail for Petey from Dog Man. We’ll reimagine a Minecraft Skyblock, a house in the fantastical land of Krakatoa from the book “The Twenty-One Balloons”, and design a labyrinth for the ever-changing castle from “Tuesday’s at the Castle”. We’ll explore Ninjago’s Never-Realm, the metallic plane of Mirrodin from Magic the Gathering, explore the modern architecture from Incredibles 2 and study master builders Michelangelo & Vitruvius from the Lego movie. We’ll look at historical roots of architecture from The Mandalorian & Star Wars, delve into the notion of the Wardrobe as a portal from the Chronicles of Narnia, build a stadium for Pokémon, a telescopic structure based on the book “A Walk Through the Woods”, and a creepy crawly Reptile Room from Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events.

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    Date

    January 29, 2021

    Time

    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST

    Host

    See description

    Cost per Student

    $240 – $450

    Religion

    Secular

    Type of Event

    Online-only

    Event Topic

    Art|Play|Other

    Days

    Single

    Age Range

    6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

    Pre-Registration

    Required

    How to Pre-Register
    Visit this link

    Parental Oversight

    Choose to stay or drop-off

    Venue

    Online
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    Age Range
    6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
    Event Topic
    Art, Play, Other
    Religion
    Secular
    Pre-Registration
    Required
    How to Pre-Register (if applicable)
    https://campscui.active.com/orgs/WickedWorkshopLLC?orglink=camps-registration#/selectSessions/2932938
    Parental Oversight
    Choose to stay or drop-off
    Type of Event
    Online-only
    Summer Camp
    No