FAY Design Virtual Education
In order to protect the community from the spread of COVID-19, the University of Arkansas canceled all summer programs, including all of our on-site Design Camp sessions. As an alternative, the Fay Jones School has produced a series of design education videos that are available online. These videos will be published in July and August on our school's YouTube channel.
What you need to know:
In these FAY Design Virtual Education videos, students can learn about the design professions through hands-on projects, virtual tours, presentations and discussions led by architecture, landscape architecture and interior design faculty of the Fay Jones School.
Below is a guide to the FAY Design Virtual Education programming content, listed by episode.
1 — Introduction to Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design
2 — Building a Sketchbook from Ordinary Materials
3 — Sketching for Designers
4 — Introduction to the Design Professions
5 — Scale
6 — Dining Al Fresco
7 — Virtual Tour of the Arkansas Architectural Archives
8 — HOME, Part 1: Neighborhood
9 — Introduction to the University of Arkansas
10 — HOME, Part 2: Brainstorming
11 — The Work of E. Fay Jones
12 — HOME, Part 3: Building Models
13 — Virtual Tour of Bentonville, Arkansas
14 — HOME, Part 4: Drawings
15 — Sketching with Carl Smith
16 — The Language of Design (K-6)
17 — The Work of Edward Durell Stone
18 — PLAY (K-6)
19 — Virtual Tour of Little Rock
20 — Community Design
21 — Virtual Tour of Garvan Woodland Gardens
22 — The Work of Marlon Blackwell Architects
23 — Responsive and Resilient Design
24 — Virtual Tour of Design Firms
25 — How to Become a Fay Jones School Student
For more information, contact Nellie Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org.