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Annual Coding Conference for Girls, Parents, Educators and Supporters of STEAM Education

Virtual Coded Art Exhibit

Enjoy student artwork created through computer programming including coded self-portraits, animations, interactive art and 3D prints.

Workshops

Participate in either the Student or Teacher track to gain new coding skills in video game design, web development, 3D modeling, VR and more!

Tech + Art Expo

Learn about STEAM opportunities and resources for students and educators including coding camps, DIY kits, and learning tools for the classroom.

Keynote Speakers

Get inspired by successful and influential women in tech from across the country during our keynote talks and computing careers panel. 

Speakers

Danielle Feinberg

Director of Lighting at Pixar Animation Studios

Danielle Feinberg began her career at Pixar Animation Studios in February 1997, and in the 18 years since then, she has worked on 14 of Pixar’s 22 feature films – “A Bug’s Life, “Toy Story 2,” “Monsters, Inc.” and the Academy Award®-winning “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Cars,” and “Ratatouille.” Feinberg was the director of photography-lighting for the Academy Award®- winning features “WALL•E,” “Brave,” and “Coco.” Recently she was the supervising technical director and director of photography-lighting on the SparkShort “Loop” and is currently the supervising technical director on “Turning Red.”

Emma Yang

Founder, Timeless

Sixteen-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. Read more.

Past Speakers

Rebekah Monson

Rebekah Monson

WhereBy.Us

Felecia Hatcher

Felecia Hatcher

Center for Black Innovation

Andrea Denadai

Andrea Denadai

Mastercard

Miral Kotb

Miral Kotb

iLuminate

Event Highlight:

All Girls Coding Competition

Awards Ceremony!

Learn about Competition

Schedule

Saturday March 20, 2021 (Times are ET)

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10:15am – 10:30am

MAIN STAGE

Kickoff with Code/Art

Opening remarks from CEO & Co-founder of Code/Art, Amy Renshaw + navigating through event: workshop tracks, online voting, and scavenger hunt.
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10:30AM – 11:30AM

Workshops

Coding Workshops

Choose from various Coding / Tech Workshops (options for students and STEAM Educators)
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11:30AM – 12:00pm

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Changing the World with Code- Keynote by Emma Yang

Hear from the youngest ever MIT Solve Winner, Emma is the 16-year-old founder of Timeless, an app to help Alzheimer's patients.
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12:00PM – 12:30pm

Reception

STEAM Expo // Digital Art Exhibition // Online Voting

Make sure to visit the STEAM Expo, vote for your favorite Coded Self Portraits and play in our Virtual Art Exhibition room!
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12:30PM – 1:30pm

Workshops

Coding Workshops

Choose from various Coding / Tech Workshops (options for students and STEAM Educators)
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1:30PM – 2:30pm

Main stage

Exploring Computing Careers – Women in Tech Panel

The world is at your fingertips! Come to hear from our panel of experts about the many types of careers you can have in computing.
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2:30PM – 3:30pm

Workshops

Coding Workshops

Choose from various Coding / Tech Workshops (options for students and STEAM Educators)
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3:30PM – 4:30pm

Main stage

ChangeMaker Pitch Competition

Four teams looking to change the world. Watch as they pitch their idea to a panel of tech professionals for a chance to win $1,000!
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4:30PM – 5:30pm

Workshops

Coding Workshops

Choose from various Coding / Tech Workshops (options for students and STEAM Educators)
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6:00PM – 7:30pm

Main stage

Closing Ceremony & Keynote Address

Fireside chat with Director of Lighting at Pixar, Danielle Feinberg followed by the announcement of the 2021 winners of Code/Art's All-Girls Coding Competition!

Ticket Options

Event Volunteers

Lead or help facilitate a workshop!
Volunteer

About Code/Art

Code/Art is a Miami-based non-profit whose mission is to increase the number of girls studying computer science by delighting and inspiring them with the creative possibilities of computer programming.

Visit code-art.com for more information.