So you’re interested in architecture. Where do you start?
Build an educational foundation in architecture by completing one of several different K-12 programs in Pittsburgh.
Thanks to the funding support from a Remake Learning Pathways grant, and from The Sprout Fund, six nonprofits in Pittsburgh are partnering to create the Architecture Learning Network (ALN). The partners are ACE (Architecture-Construction-Engineering) National Mentor Program, Assemble, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture, Carnegie Museum of Art, Fallingwater, and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
The Architecture Learning Network (ALN) offers support for students in architecture education programs, as they become active, thoughtful citizens in their communities. The design process can get messy, but it’s beautiful. Learn more!