Join us for a fun and creative afternoon of Art + Tech!
Code/Art Miami showcases art created through code by girls in grades 3-12.* Attendees interact with coded art, do hands-on STEAM activities, take mini coding workshop, get inspired by tech talks, and vote for their favorite coded self-portrait!
Keynote address by Savannah Niles, a graduate of the MIT Media Lab, who currently works as a designer and product strategist at Magic Leap. Savannah has designed interactive experiences with Twitter, Walt Disney Imagineering, and Bloomberg.
Add-on Coding Workshops:
Workshops are coed and open to ages 9-99! (Students 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the workshops). Adults do not have to purchase a ticket if they are only accompanying their child. All workshop participants need to bring a laptop, and the AR participants need to also bring a mobile phone.
The People’s Choice winner for best coded self-portrait and top finalists in the other coding competition categories will be recognized at the conclusion of the event.
This is a great event for students, parents, STEAM educators, artists curious about coding as a new medium of expression, and more experienced coders and technologists interested in creating art through coding.
* Professional code-based art will also be eshibited at event.
Parking directly behind the Newman Alumni Center or on the street. Maps & Directions