Space Saloon and Designers on Holiday are teaming up with Blue Sky Center in New Cuyama, California to hold a week long design festival with participants from across the globe. Our eight day program supports the communal creation of hands-on educational workshops and site-specific building projects that question notions of context and place in regards to water scarcity. Set between the Sierra Madre and Caliente mountain ranges, two hours north of Los Angeles, this outdoor campus provides an active and engaging atmosphere for collaborative learning.
Register now to take part in this unique experience. The program is open to all students and young professionals in the art, design, and architecture disciplines. Participants will engage directly with a diverse group of interdisciplinary experts, gain experience in a variety of hands-on design and construction techniques, and experience an empowering social environment with musical performances, lectures and public events.
Workshop leaders for this year include Deborah Garcia and Brooke Holm (NNASA), Galo Canizares and Stephanie Sang Delgado (office ca), Yara Feghali and Viviane El-Kmati (Folly Feast Lab), Cameron Kursel, Eli Liebenow and Julia DiPietro (Definitely Not Architecture), Lauren MacDonald, and Daniele Frazier. Building projects will be curated by Space Saloon and Designers on Holiday, bringing together an eclectic group of professional architects to design and build a series of community pavilions themed around the idea of water and bathing.
Check out all the details at the event’s website.
Registration open now! Early bird special discount (before March 22), final registration April 19.
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