Tuesday, July 24 – Friday, July 27
An introduction to the Processing coding language and interface. Kids will learn to design, program and create visual art. Parents are welcome to join as well. The first night will be a discussion titled “Introduction to Cybersecurity”.
Processing, developed at MIT, is a flexible software sketchbook and a language for learning how to code within the context of the visual arts. Processing is a fun and creative way for students to use their imaginations, problem solving skills and artistic abilities while having fun and learning how to program their own Processing projects. You can visit Processing.org for more information.
What to Bring: All supplies are provided, but you can bring your laptop(s) if you prefer to use your own.
Sign-up at the Claverack Free Library. Space is limited.