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Partners & Collaborators



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


Amani Charter School

Mount Vernon NY: ArchForKids provided afterschool studios for Amani scholars in grades 5–8. 2014-2017


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: Ongoing partnership, providing free family and youth workshops since 2015

Children’s Lab School (PS343)

Queens:  8-session residency with 2nd grade classes – Bridges: From Here to There. Spring 2017 & 2018


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 and school vacation programs.

Greenwich Library

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



Greenville School

Edgemont NY: Design challenges: castles with Kindergartners and Alien Homes with 1st graders. 2018.


Harrison Public Library

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

Friends of the High Line

Manhattan: ArchForKids leads building projects at summer family festivals and Haunted High Line. 2017 & 2018


Hillside School

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.


The Hudson River Museum

Yonkers NY: Artists/educators in residence, 2014 & 2016. Victorian Makers Day in 2018.


International School of Brooklyn

Brooklyn: Sustainable projects for 3rd graders during the school year and summer campers. 2016 – 18


Irvington Middle School

Irvington NY: Math/mapping/model building residency on Washington DC architecture for 8th graders. 2016 – present

Village of Irvington NY

Recreation & Parks Dept.

Half day workshops and afterschool series. 2016 – present


Katonah Museum of Art

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


Lyndhurst Mansion

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


Magnet School for Math, Science & Technology

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


Mercy College Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP)

Dobbs Ferry NY: ArchForKids implements STEAM projects for middle and high school students in this series. 2016 – present


Mount Vernon Youth Bureau

Mount Vernon NY: Afterschool studios at city schools plus Saturday STEAM Academies. 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


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: summer camps and design challenges. Ongoing


New Rochelle Public Library

New Rochelle NY: Ongoing partnership providing summer workshops and other programs. 2014-present



New York Public Library

Ongoing partnership featuring family workshops at branch libraries throughout the NYPL system. 2016-present

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Neuberger Museum of Art

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

Putnam Valley Central School District

High school residencies on school courtyard re-design, recreation center design and Chair Masters Design Studio. 7th graders designed bridges for a Taconic Parkway intersection. 2016 – present


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. 2015-17. Animal Homes with K classes 2018.

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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

Rye Free Reading Room

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


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

PS48 William Wordsmith School

Queens NY – 4th grades investigated bridges in this school residency. 2018

 Yonkers Public Library

Yonkers NY: family workshop at various branches. Ongoing