Are you interested in a program, event, camp, or course offered by DAAP?
DAAP Style Studies Experiences Style Studies is a new series of “Insider Opportunities” designed for the general public to provide a chance to see inside various parts of the fashion industry.
DAAPCamps Pre-college, summer day and residential camps open to high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore, or junior years and day camps open to middle school students both held at DAAP. Each DAAPCamp uses a discipline-specific curriculum that encourages students to explore a particular creative field.
DAAPworks DAAPworks is DAAP's annual annual showcase highlighting the creative output of each year's graduating class.
Saturday Art Program Art instruction for children and adolescents, grades K-12, taking place in the morning on six Saturdays. The program is taught by students earning visual-art licensure and supervised by fulltime professors in art education.
Summer C.A.M.P. Cincinnati Architecture Mentoring Program or C.A.M.P. is a day camp open to middle school students. The goal of Summer C.A.M.P. is to foster an interest in architecture and increase diversity within the architecture profession.
DAAP Galleries Our galleries serve a broad and diverse audience drawn from students, faculty, and staff of the university as well as from the wider Cincinnati community.
Courses for Non-DAAP majors attending UC Courses at the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning aren't just for DAAP majors! We offer several classes for non-DAAP majors to learn about anything from photography to video production and animation.
Courses for Students not Enrolled at UC
Students not enrolled at the University of Cincinnati may take classes in DAAP; restrictions do apply. Interested students should contact the instructor of the specific course or the DAAP Student Affairs Office for permission to register. If approved, the student will need to register as a non-matriculated student by completing and submitting a UC Basic Data Form. Once processed, the student will be able to register for classes. For details on taking classes as a non-matriculated student: admissions.uc.edu/transfer/transfer_non-matric