WONDERWORKS

Pre-college summer enrichment programs for high school students

 

SUMMER 2017

*** APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JUNE 2, 2017 ***

Download All Programs Guide and Application Form
11" x 17" format pdf    8.5" x 11" format pdf

Early decisions for early applications | Need-based tuition scholarships for qualified students


Architecture

with the
Gerald D. Hines
College of Architecture
and Design,
University of Houston

BY DESIGN  Download description and application form

22nd Annual Summer Discovery Program
Intensive hands-on studio plus lectures and field trips.

Watch the 2015 highlights video here.
Read the profile from Architecture Magazine (September 2010) here.


12 June - 14 July
M-F, 9 AM - 3 PM plus field trips
$800


Film

with the
Jack J. Valenti
School of Communication,
University of Houston

MOVING PICTURES  Download description and application form

13th Annual Filmmaking Workshop
Film production plus film literature and appreciation.

Watch the 2016 highlights video here.


12 June - 14 July
M-F, 9 AM - 4 PM
$650


Art History | Appreciation

with the
Department of Art History and the
Humanities Research Center,
Rice University

CLOSER LOOKS  Download description and application form

Readings, discussions, lectures, films, writing, and field trips.


12 June - 14 July
M-F, 10 AM - 4 PM plus field trips
$500


Theater

with the
Humanities Research Center,
Rice University

new this year
PLAY BY PLAY  Download description and application form

An exploration of theater and dramatic literature
through a workshop production, plays on film,
readings, lectures, and discussions.



12 June - 14 July
M-F, 10 AM - 4 PM
$650


Fiction

with the
English Department and
Creative Writing Program,
University of Houston

STORY LINES  Download description and application form

Readings, discussions, lectures, films, and writing.


12 June - 14 July
M-F, 10 AM - 4 PM
$500


Wonderworks Summer 2017 is made possible in part by support from:
Houston Endowment
The Elkins Foundation
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
and the Houston Architecture Center Foundation.