Manhattan: Harlem Storytelling & Architecture program with African Voices and the Urban Assembly Academy for Future Leaders. 2016, 2017 & 2018
Mount Vernon NY: ArchForKids provided afterschool studios for Amani scholars in grades 5–8. 2014-2017
Queens: Teens from the Flanbwayan Literacy Project, mentored by engineers, designed and built plans for the sustainable development of Haiti. 2014
Chappaqua NY: Ongoing partnership, providing free family and youth workshops since 2015
Queens: 8-session residency with 2nd grade classes – Bridges: From Here to There. Spring 2017 & 2018
Harrison NY: Family workshop in 2014, mini-camp in 2015 and STEAM series in 2016.
Hastings-on-Hudson NY: Residency with K classes on castles, 2015. 4th grade colonial architecture in 2016 & 2017. Immigration unit with Grade 4 in 2018.
Yonkers NY: ArchForKids named artists/educators in residence, fall 2013/winter 2014 & winter/spring 2016. Makers Day in May 2018.
Recreation & Parks Dept.
Half day workshops and afterschool series. 2016 – present
Irvington NY: Math/mapping residency on Washington DC architecture for 8th graders. 2016, 2017 & 2018
Tarrytown NY: ArchForKids led a “Build a Village” activity at this historic site’s Family Build weekend. April 2017
Mount Vernon NY: Afterschool studios at city schools plus Saturday STEAM Academies at the Mount Vernon Library. Ongoing
Two programs at the Old American Can Factory, Brooklyn: Kidz City Design Challenge and Day of the Dead design challenge. 2014
New Rochelle NY: Ongoing partnership providing summer workshops and other programs. 2014-present
Brooklyn: residencies with 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade classes. 2016 & 2017
Putnam Valley NY: High school residencies focused on school courtyard re-design and the design of a recreation complex for the village. In the middle school, 7th graders designed bridges to span an intersection of the Taconic Parkway. 2016-17.
Ongoing partnership includes workshops and afterschool studios at branch libraries throughout the borough.
Ridgefield CT: Elementary school residencies, with topics ranging from play structures to tree houses to chair masters design studios. 2015, 2016, 2017
Sleepy Hollow NY: ArchForKids worked with students and teachers in art, AP chemistry and ELL math classes, 2014
Dobbs Ferry NY: 2nd graders investigated building types in NYC from Native American times to the present. 2014
Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow NY: Since 2014, ArchForKids has led week-long architecture camps for kids
Tarrytown NY: Family workshops on bridge building, Fun with Facades and animal habitats. 2014 – present.
Beyond the Words: ArchForKids trained youth librarians and teen ambassadors how to create 3D environments, inspired by popular childrens books. Spring 2014 & 2015
Chappaqua NY: My School, My Community residency with Kindergarten classes, 2016 & 2017
Manhattan: ArchForKids leads building projects at family festivals and Haunted High Line. 2017 & 2018
Rye NY: ArchForKids led series of workshops in the summers of 2016 and 2017 “Build a Better World”