offered by Autism Speaks
Coding, Gaming, and Website Creation
12/16-3/31, Wednesdays, 4 PM-6 PM
Young people ages 16-24 with disabilities (such as autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities) become the techies of tomorrow, gaining important technological skills as they are introduced to current issues and challenges shaping social-justice movements. Participants reflect on their own identities and challenge their assumptions by learning how to code, create games, and make personal websites.
About NeON Arts:
Carnegie Hall’s NeON Arts workshops take place online this fall and winter. Participants from all five boroughs of New York City have the chance to connect and collaborate as a community online through free workshops in filmmaking, visual arts, theater, culinary arts, digital media, and more. NeON Arts allows young people ages 16–24 to build peer relationships and learn more about opportunities and careers in New York City arts and entertainment industries.
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