As superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), Alberto leads the nation’s fourth largest school system. He is a nationally recognized expert on education transformation, finance, and leadership development. During his tenure, Miami-Dade Public Schools has partnered with Code.org and other technical organizations to inspire girls and boys to learn to code. So we celebrate his efforts and those of our public school teachers who are reaching our girls everyday and preparing them for the technical careers of the future!
Want your girl to try creative programming? Join us for our 4th annual Code/Art Miami – come and enjoy our digital art exhibition, all-girls coding competition, hands-on tech expo, and more! You won’t want to miss Savannah Niles from MagicLeap as our keynote speaker. See you there!
The portrait above of Alberto Carvhalo was created by a Code/Art Student Yuhan L. (Jan 2019)
Sunday, March 3rd 2019
12:00 – 4:00 pm
UM Newman Alumni Center
Code/Art Miami showcases art created through code by students and by professional artists. Attendees interact with the 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.
This is a great event for students 3-12th interested in creating art through computer programming. Students FREE!