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Manhattan: Harlem Storytelling & Architecture program with African Voices and the Urban Assembly Academy for Future Leaders. 2016 & 2017


Amani Charter School

Mount Vernon NY: Since 2014, ArchForKids has provided afterschool studios for Amani scholars in grades 5–8


Association of Haitian & American Engineers (ADIHA)

Queens: Teens from the Flanbwayan Literacy Project, mentored by engineers, designed and built plans for the sustainable development of Haiti. 2014


Beekman Hill International School

Manhattan: 8-session residency with 1st and 2nd graders, exploring NYC structures and transportation systems. 2014 – present

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Family workshops in library branches around the borough. Ongoing


Chappaqua Public Library

Chappaqua NY: Bridge construction and castle building workshops. 2015 & 2016

Children’s Lab School (PS343)

Queens:  8-session residency with 2nd grade classes in 2017 – Bridges: From Here to There. 


Danny Kaye School (PS149)

Brooklyn: Adventures in Architecture afterschool studios. 2015 – present


Village of Dobbs Ferry

Dobbs Ferry NY: Partnership with the village’s recreation department that includes summer camp andschool vacation programs.


Harrison Public Library

Harrison NY: Family workshop in 2014, mini-camp in 2015 and STEAM series in 2016.


Hillside School

Hastings-on-Hudson NY: Residency with Kindergarten classes exploring castles, 2015. Fourth graders investigated colonial New York architecture in 2016 & 2017.


Katonah Museum of Art

Katonah NY: Make a Village project and Treehouse Design Challenge for SUPERSTRUCTURE Sunday family day. 2015


The Hudson River Museum

Yonkers NY: ArchForKids named artists/educators in residence, fall 2013/winter 2014 & winter/spring 2016

Village of Irvington NY

Recreation & Parks Dept.

Half day workshops on treehouses, winter wonderlands, waterfront park design. 2016 – present


Irvington Middle School

Irvington NY: Math/mapping residency on Washington DC architecture for 8th graders. 2016 & 2017



International School of Brooklyn

Brooklyn: Sustainable projects for 3rd graders during the school year and summer campers. 2016 & 2017


Lyndhurst Mansion

Tarrytown NY: ArchForKids led a “Build a Village” activity at this historic site’s Family Build weekend. April 2017


Mount Vernon Youth Bureau

Mount Vernon NY: Afterschool studios at city elementary and middle schools plus Saturday STEAM Academies at the Mount Vernon Lbrary. Ongoing


Municipal Art Society

New York City: family activity for the Jane’s Walk Weekend in 2014 and an architectural walk of Woodlawn Heights (Bronx) in 2016


Mercy College Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP)

Dobbs Ferry NY: ArchForKids implemented STEAM projects for middle and high school students in this series. 2016 & 2017


NY Coalition of Black Architects/National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)

Two programs at the Old American Can Factory, Brooklyn: Kidz City Design Challenge and Day of the Dead design challenge. 2014


New Era Creative Space

Peekskill NY: weekend design challenges and summer camps. Ongoing


New Rochelle Public Library

New Rochelle NY: Ongoing partnership providing summer workshops devoted to exploring the city’s downtown architecture


New York Public Library

Ongoing partnership featuring family workshops at branch libraries throughout the NYPL system


Magnet School for Math, Science & Technology

Brooklyn: residencies with 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade classes. 2016 & 2017

Putnam Valley Central School District

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.


Queens Public Library

Ongoing partnership includes workshops and afterschool studios at branch libraries throughout the borough.


Prospect Hill Elementary School

Pelham NY: All Around My Community unit with the Kindergarten and first grade classes. 2015, 2016 & 2017

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Ridgefield CT: Elementary school residencies, with topics ranging from play structures to tree houses to chair masters design studios. 2015, 2016, 2017


Sleepy Hollow High School

Sleepy Hollow NY: ArchForKids worked with students and teachers in art, AP chemistry and ELL math classes, 2014


Springhurst Elementary School

Dobbs Ferry NY: 2nd graders investigated building types in NYC from Native American times to the present.  2014


St. Hilda’s/St. Hugh’s

Manhattan: “Adventures in Architecture” afterschool studios. Ongoing.


Summer Arts Camp

Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow NY: Since 2014, ArchForKids has led week-long architecture camps for kids


The Renaissance Charter School

Queens: community unit with the school’s first graders. Spring 2015


Warner Library

Tarrytown NY: Family workshops on bridge building, Fun with Facades and animal habitats. 2014 – present.


Westchester Community College

Valhalla NY: ArchForKids led design challenges for Yonkers high school students as part of the P-Tech program. June 2015 & 2016


Westchester Library System

Beyond the Words: ArchForKids trained youth librarians and teen ambassadors how to create 3D environments, inspired by popular childrens books. Spring 2014 & 2015

Chapp schools

Westorchard Elementary School

Chappaqua NY: My School, My Community residency with Kindergarten classes, 2016 & 2017

 Yonkers Public Library

Yonkers NY: workshops on arch bridges and playhouses at various branches. 2017

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 Neuberger Museum of Art

Purchase NY: Build a Village workshop during Summer Family Day. 2017

Friends of the High Line

Manhattan: ArchForKids led building projects at 3 family festivals: Make It Move! (Aug 2017), Make It Rusty (Sept 2017) & Haunted High Line (Oct 2017)

Rye Free Reading Room

Rye NY: ArchForKids led series of workshops in the summers of 2016 and 2017 “Build a Better World”

Greenwich Library

Greenwich CT: Workshops complementing the Summer Reading Program. 2017.