Wicked Workshop ® is a registered trademark. Any and all media found on this site is © Wicked Workshop, LLC., All Rights Reserved

"My daughter absolutely loves Wicked Workshop and looks forward to each class. After each class, she can't wait to tell us about the project. As a parent, I am thrilled to see my daughter's excitement and the creativity that goes into each project. I am very happy with Wicked Workshop. Thanks!." - Parent Survey 2018

"I have never seen [my daughter] this excited about a class and she only had positive things to say about each project.” - Revathi, 4th Grade Parent, Clayton Elementary

"[My son] has loved Wicked Workshop more than any other activity he has tried..." - Rachel, 2nd Grade Parent, Clayton Elementary

What is Wicked Workshop?

Wicked Workshop is a maker-based program that introduces kids to decision making strategies, complex problem solving and critical thinking opportunities that are recognized as vital 21st century skills necessary to succeed in work, life and citizenship. We do this through a project-based curriculum that introduces problem solving strategies through the materials and methods of construction and the process of idea making.

Fall Semester:

Oval Huts, Dairy Temples & Holy Milkmen

Experience the design process in this hands-on maker workshop as we imagine, plan, and build original spaces from the architect’s point of view.  This semester, we're designing a Toda hut, a brise soleil, a spider house and a beach perch, exploring Ghanaian mosques and toposa granaries of Southern Sudan, learning about Florence Knoll furniture and textiles and Ben Nicholson’s Appliance House. We’ll also envision a book studio for Central Park and analyze huts from Ethiopia that resemble the faces of elephants and become shorter each and every year. Design inspiration is explored through the interactive process of character creation, storytelling and model making. Students learn decision-making strategies, complex problem solving and critical thinking methods through authentic, reality-based projects that foster independent thinking, self-directed learning, exploration, iteration and creativity.

Join us anytime - it's never too late!



A Wicked Problem:

has innumerable causes, 
is tough to describe, 
doesn't have 
one right answer

"My daughter loves the idea of creating / building something that is her own and is not overwhelmed by the process of building it . Being able to finish the display by her own gives her the confidence and makes it a fun learning class." - Parent Survey 2018