BERRIEN SPRINGS - Budding architects, artists and engineers are getting the chance to learn about architecture and get some hands-on experience in building this summer at Andrews University's annual Renaissance Kids architecture day camp.
The young people learn about everything from perspective and drafting designs to the nuts and bolts of building a structure. This year the special emphasis has been on public spaces, their importance and what the impact of their design can be on a community.
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