By creating varied visual drawings or animations we get to know the basic concepts of programming and programming languages and drawing on a computer screen. What are variables, conditional statements, strings, and functions? How to use them to draw, design, animate and paint shapes on the screen?
At the workshop, participants will start with basic commands and gradually and with understanding build more complex programs, so it is also suitable for those without programming experience or computer knowledge. The aim of the workshop is to show that programming is not a skill that requires innate skills or a fascination with computers, but can be grabbed by just about anyone – and have creative fun.
Martin Krauser graduated from the Faculty of Humanities with a degree in Cultural Studies and Anthropology, and is currently completing his studies at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in the Computer Science and Informatics program. Whenever he can, he performs as a street musician with guitar, singing and electronic effects, and since April 2019 he has been collaborating with the Kersnikov Institute as a mentor in the implementation and development of workshops within the Rampa.
The workshop is intended for adolescents from the age of 14 and adults. The number of participants is limited, so prior registration is required at: firstname.lastname@example.org (please provide: name, surname, age and contact telephone number). Participation in the online workshop is free, participants can use any OS (Linux, Windows or Mac). The workshop will last 2 hours, with a short break.