March 14-15, 2020
UM Newman Alumni Center

5th Annual
Code/Art Fest

Digital Art Show, STEAM Expo, Tech Speakers All-Girls Coding Competition Awards & More!

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Coding, Technology & Fun

Join our all-girls coding competition, digital art exhibition, hands-on tech expo, speaker symposium, and more! This event is for students, parents, STEAM educators, and people of all ages interested in the creative possibilities of technology.

STEAM Expo

Learn about STEAM & internship opportunities for South Florida youth and play with the latest tech tools and toys.

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Great Speakers

Get inspired by successful and influential women in tech from across the nation during our Speaker Symposium.

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Digital Art Show

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

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Coding Workshops

Pack your laptops for our hands-on creative coding workshops including video game development, web development, and 3D modeling!

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Speakers

Emma Yang

KEYNOTE - Founder of Timeless

Montra Ellis

Ultimate Software

Nicole Denil

Microsoft

Elodie Billionniere

MDC School of Engineering + Tech

Yasmary Diaz

Ultimate Software

Johanna Mikkola

Wyncode Academy

About our Mission

Women currently represent less than 1 in 5 of all computer science graduates in the US.
 
Code/Art is a Miami-based nonprofit that seeks to change this by getting more girls interested in coding  by delighting & inspiring them with the creative possibilities of computer programming at an early age.
4:30 - 5:00 PM

Registration

14th Mar

Check in and collect registration materials.

4:30 - 5:00 PM

Coded Art Exhibition

14th Mar

View art coded by South Florida girls, and vote for your favorite coded self-portrait in the People's Choice category!

5:00 - 6:30 PM

Keynote Speakers

14th Mar

Emma Yang, 15-year old founder of Timeless and youngest ever MIT Solve winner, discusses Timeless, her app that helps Alzheimer's patients and their loved ones.

Montra Ellis, Senior Director of Product Strategy at Ultimate Software, discusses the human side of artificial intelligence (AI) with FIU computer science professor Monique Ross.

6:30 - 7:00 PM

Award Ceremony

14th Mar

Our annual all girl coding competition challenges girls to not just code, but to code creatively. The winners in the Animation, Interactive and 3D Art categories and the finalists in the Self-Portrait category will be announced and celebrated at this time. We encourage all those who submitted to attend this special awards ceremony!

7:00 - 8:00 PM

Meet & Greet with Speakers (VIP Ticket Required) 

14th Mar

VIP ticket holders are invited to an after party with speakers in Tower Room. Refreshments and light bites will be served.

12:00 - 12:30

Registration

15th Mar

Check-in at registration table to collect your wristband and event T-shirt (first come first serve and for students only).

12:00 - 5:00 PM

STEAM Expo

15th Mar

Interact with 20+ STEAM activities/demos! Learn all about opportunities for South Florida girls - coding classes, maker spaces, robotics clubs, summer camps and more. Play with some of the newest technology tools and toys including dancing drones!

12:00 - 5:00 PM

All Girl Coded Art Exhibition

15th Mar

Be inspired and see the creative possibilities in coding through our extensive gallery self-portaits, animations, interactive and 3D prints creatively coded by our girls in South Florida!

12:00 - 2:00 PM

People's Choice Voting for Favorite Self-Portait

15th Mar

Explore the art gallery of self-portraits created by girls using code. Vote for your favorites!

12:30 -1:30 PM

Workshop: Video Game Development

15th Mar

Whether or not you’ve coded before, you can build a video game using MIT's Scratch! Create a game to see who can procrastinate the longest. Be sure to bring a fully charged laptop and get ready for a coding experience that is fun and exciting!

Cost: $5  |  Registration Required

PRICING PLANS Get your Ticket

STUDENT

STUDENT

$0

Students 18 and under get free general admission with access to all areas EXCEPT coding workshops, which are $5 add-on items due to limited space. FREE t-shirt for first 50 girls to register!

STUDENT
ADULT - Sat & Sun

ADULT - Sat & Sun

$15/day

Ticket sales help support Code/Art's non-profit educational coding programs for girls. Feeling generous? Add a $20 donation so we can introduce another girl to creative coding!

ADULT - Sat & Sun
VIP - Saturday only

VIP - Saturday only

$50

Get the VIP treatment on Day 1 with the following benefits: Express check-in, 1st row seating for speakers and awards ceremony, after party Meet & Greet with speakers.

VIP - Saturday only

Thank you to our 2020 SPONSORS

Community Partners

Join Us How to Get There

Newman Alumni Center

6200 San Amaro Dr, Coral Gables, FL 33146

Google Map Directions

FROM THE NORTH

Take I-95 south to US 1/South Dixie Highway and continue to Stanford Drive.
Turn right on Stanford Drive.
At the next light, turn left on Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
Turn right on San Amaro Drive.
The Newman Alumni Center will be on the left, on the corner of San Amaro Drive and Brescia Avenue.
Turn left to access parking located directly behind the building.

FROM THE SOUTH

Travel north on US 1/South Dixie Highway to Red Road (57th Avenue).
Turn left on Red Road.
Turn immediately right on Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
Turn left on San Amaro Drive.
The Newman Alumni Center will be on the left, on the corner of San Amaro Drive and Brescia Avenue.
Turn left to access parking located directly behind the building.