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Code/Art Miami

Girls Coding Festival

5th Annual
Code/Art Festival

Keynote Speaker – Emma Yang

Fifteen-year-old Emma Yang – hailed as one of 100 extraordinary change-makers and as one of the great writers and thinkers of her generation – is an MIT-Solver, TEDx speaker, 3-time Carnegie Hall performer, and founder of Timeless, a mobile app that empowers Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients to stay engaged and connected to loved ones.

Timeless was selected as the winner of the MIT-Solve Brain Health Challenge and named the Grand Prize Winner of the Women Startup Challenge hosted by Women Who Tech and Google. Most recently, Timeless was the recipient of Bayer Foundations’ Aspirin Social Innovation Award.

A frequent panelist and keynote speaker at national and international forums, Emma recently spoke at the Alibaba Entrepreneurship Fund Jumpstarter Conference in Hong Kong, World Mobile Congress 2019 at Barcelona, Asian American Community Development Conference, TEDxFoggyBottom, Talks at Google, Misk Talk, Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai, and Women Who Code Conference to name a few.  Born in Hong Kong, fluent in English, Chinese, and learning Latin and French, Emma’s goal is to speak as many languages as possible. In her free time, Emma enjoys listening to podcasts, music, reading, biking, and going to the movies.

Coding, Technology + Fun!

Code/Art Festival is an all-girls coding competition, digital art exhibition, hands-on tech expo, speaker symposium, and more! It is for students, parents, STEAM educators, and people of all ages interested in the creative possibilities of technology. Event proceeds go towards scholarships for young women studying computer science.

Join us to learn more about coding, STEAM opportunities for K-12 youth, and to be inspired by the digital art creations of more than 100 young female coders in our community!

See photos from past events

Tech Expo

Digital Art Show

Coding Workshops

Raffle Cool Tech

Speakers + Awards

"Coding is today's language of creativity. All our children deserve a chance to become creators instead of consumers of computer science."

MARIA KLAWE
President of Harvey Mudd College

Our 2019 Event Sponsors!

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  • Mary's Pence logo
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