We’re glad you’ve decided to submit to the Code/Art Fest coding competition! We have some fun NEW themes for this school year’s competition! The self-portrait challenge is Code Your Future Self (e.g., you in a future career), and the theme for 3D printed art is Under the Sea! Last but not least, remember to list the name of any  teacher who encouraged you to submit on your application because we will be recognizing Top Teachers again at this year’s awards ceremony. Good luck!

Self Portrait

Create your self portrait using JavaScript or another programming language. This year’s challenge: Code Your Future Self (e.g., you in your future career as a baker!). Not sure where to start? Watch this tutorial from Code/Art. We’re excited to see what you make. Be creative and have fun!
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, FEB 7th 2020

 

Flying Paper CranesAnimation

Create an animated image – bring a scene, character, or abstract image to life by adding movement. Whatever it is, we hope it’s new, creative and all you! Want some help getting started? Watch this tutorial from Code/Art.
DEADLINE: FRI, FEB 7th 2020

 

 

Code Art Miami Interactive CompetitionInteractive

If your program requires the audience to do something (other than hit PLAY), this is your category! What will you make? How will users interact & change it? Watch this tutorial from Code/Art to get started.
DEADLINE: FRI, FEB 7th 2020

 

 

Code Art Miami 3D Printing Competition3D Prints

Code a 3D model inspired by this year’s theme “Under the Sea” interpreted however you like. Maybe make a favorite sea creature (real or imaginary) or highlight a related cause you care about through your “Under the Sea” 3D print! First time creating 3D printed art? Check out this tutorial from Code/Art.
DEADLINE: FRI, FEB 7th 2020