At CodeArt, I’ve learned to refine my current coding skills, but I’ve also learned some exciting NEW coding skills, especially in animation! CodeArt has definitely taught me a lot about coding.
For my daughter, CodeArt has been an excellent opportunity to learn about computer programming through art. She has always been very creative, exploratory and visual, so she enjoys very much all the CodeArt workshops learning to “draw and paint” with code. Additionally, CodeArt’s annual event, Code Art Miami has motivated Sophia to make an extra effort to apply all that she has learned. As parents, my wife and I see CodeArt as an important building block in our girls’ education. We are very glad to have it in our South Florida community!
I had never coded something like this before, and I learned so much when CodeArt visited my school and now I am obsessed with it. Thank you for showing this to me and my school. I really enjoyed it I (I didn’t just do it to get my grades better by the way) I did it because I thought it was interesting.
CodeArt inspires such incredible growth in everyone it touches. I’ve watched tentative students become skilled and confident as they progress through the workshops. I’ve watched complete beginners learn — in one day — to develop their own creative programs. CodeArt has made me a more experienced teacher and computer scientist, and I’ve had the unique opportunity of being able to participate in an enthusiastic and growing group of young coders.
CodeArt is a genius concept that I’m so grateful for! Mixing the creativity of art with computer coding really keeps my daughter Jenna engaged. Even more inspiring are the kindness and great mentoring from the CodeArt instructors.
By opening the doors to the previously male-dominated field of coding, CodeArt inspires our daughters to explore coding, showcase their talents, and pursue careers in this growing industry.