STEAM: Where Art Meets Science (Game Programming with Scratch)

STEAM: Where Art Meets Science (Game Programming with Scratch)

More About STEAM: Where Art Meets Science (Game Programming with Scratch)

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Class Title: Game Programming with Scratch
Instructor: Wendy Xu, FSU Department of Computer Science

Description: Have you ever wanted to create video games? Wendy Xu of FSU Computer Science Department will show you how! Using Scratch, you will learn basic programming and game concepts and create your own math game to help with addition and subtraction!


The Allegany Arts Council invites children ages 8 and older to STEAM: Where Art Meets Science, a seven-week workshop series with activities that blend the arts with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. These workshops are free to attend!

During these mini-courses, students will learn about sunprinting, video game programming, 3D printing, building robotics, and much more! Workshops are led by professors at Frostburg State University and local professional artists.

The STEAM: Where Art Meets Science workshop series is funded with generous support from the Frostburg State University Foundation and is provided by the Allegany Arts Council. For general information, call Samantha Kennedy at (301) 777-2787. To register for the workshops, call the Frostburg Public Library at (301) 687-0790.

Tags: Arts And Entertainment, STEAM, Free Workshop, Art, Science, Technology, Allegany Arts Council

Event Details

Date: May 24, 2018
Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Frostburg Public Library
65 E. Main Street
Frostburg, Maryland 21532


Samantha Kennedy

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