There are many routes to becoming a designer, but the earlier in life one gets encouragement, obviously, the better. One goal of the education department at New York's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution is to provide that encouragement to high school-age students, through studio after-school programs like last winter's The Movie Architecture Project. Conducted by production designer Roger Fortune, this six-week course gave 27 teenagers the opportunity to see a ...

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