Art in Motion is a project-based curriculum designed to authentically integrate computer science into art classes. Students design and create robots using strategies and process for any art project: sketching, journaling, revision, peer critique, etc. In this hands on session, participants will learn how to implement Art in Motion in their classroom by creating their own robot using two Austin public works of art - Kempelen's Owls and Golden Afternoon.
Additional Supporting Materials
- Participants will design, build, and program a robot.
- Participants will learn to integrate computer science into the art classroom.
- Participants will learn how to identify and utilize local works of art.
- Tamara Pearson, Associate Director, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Katie Henry, Director of Learning, Birdbrain Technologies
Katie Henry, Director of Learning, BirdBrain Technologies
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