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Design Exchange offers engaging fashion and design-based camps for young designers ages 6-14 throughout March Break and summer. Conveniently located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, the former Toronto Stock Exchange building offers a unique and inspired setting for these specialized camp sessions. A qualified team of instructors and senior camp staff lead the programs.

Camp hours are from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with complimentary before-care beginning at 8:30 a.m.. Extended care is available from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at a cost of $10/day. Session fees include all materials, snacks and applicable taxes. Young designers are asked to bring their own nut-free lunch and snack each day.

For more information on DX camps, please contact DX Reception at 416.363.2161, or by e-mail at education@dx.org.

SESSION FEES
DX Family Members: $310/week
Non-members: $345/week
After-care (4-5:30pm): $10/day/child
Registration fees include HST. Tax receipts are provided at the conclusion of the program.

Find more information on becoming a DX Family Member here

MARCH BREAK CAMPS 2016
MARCH 14-18

 

 

Design Your World
THIS CAMP IS FULL.
Ages 7-12
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate

This week-long session provides an introduction to the world of design. Campers will learn about everything from architecture and graphic design to interior and industrial design – and more! Each day, campers will tackle a different design discipline with hands-on activities that include constructing epic model structures, creating interior artwork and tabletop accessories, 3D chairs and plenty more!

On Friday, March 18, join campers from 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a showcase of their week's work!
THIS CAMP IS FULL.

Sew What?
Ages 9-14
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate

This is the place to be for young designers ready to explore the world of fashion. Campers will start with the basics and learn terms, technoloogy, and process. Skills learned wil include how to use of a domestic sewing machine, select fabric,  sketch and prep a garment, and just in time for the weekend, they'll fashion their own basic PJ pant. Other projects include creating a tote bag and several new sewn accessories

NOTE: This session is a combination of machine and hand-based projects.

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