CANCELLED: Cornell AAP Summer 2023 Open House

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We are delighted to host an in-person open house on Thursday, November 3, in New York City, to share information about the Introduction to Architecture Summer Program at Cornell's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning. 

This is a program of personal learning experiences on the built environment which we believe will both stimulate and challenge. During the six weeks you spend in Ithaca, New York, we will share new ways of seeing and thinking about architecture. We will introduce you to both digital and analog forms of representation and expose you to the creative design processes that allow architects to shape and control the built environment. We will be working in the architecture studios in Milstein Hall, designed by world-renowned architect and Pritzker Prize winner Rem Koolhaas.

The open house includes program overviews, highlights of student work, admissions workshop information presented by the Director of Diversity + Inclusion Latesha Fussell, and interviews with past Introduction to Architecture students who have matriculated into our programs.

 

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