Young Coders and the Digital Maker Collective

The Digital Maker Collective have been collaborating with the Young Coders group over the past 3 years, it all started in 2017 when we met Grace at a local tech Jam event in Wimbledon, we later invited Grace & Femi to be part of our first DMC Tate Exchange event in 2017, Digital Making Art School

See how Femi removes barriers through his all-inclusive coding workshops at Tate Modern in London. A companion to Red Hat® Open Source Stories: Art of Exchange, this video highlights Femi’s experience with the Digital Maker Collective, part of Tate Exchange, a program that promotes human connection and open collaboration.

Red Hat Video about Grace & Femi from Tate Exchange 2017

Learn more about Open Source Stories and see the full film: https://www.redhat.com/en/open-source-stories/art-of-exchange

Other Young Coder Events:

The Young Coders in action at the DMC Tate Exchange event 2018 Arts Work of the Future event - see more video from the event here

Young Coders exploring Virtual Reality at the new Chelsea MakerSpace

Exploring Virtual Reality with Local Digital Maker Parents and Children

We had a great afternoon exploring Virtual Reality with local digital maker parents and children who are part of the South London Raspberry Jam community. Following our collaboration with Grace & Femi earlier this year at Tate Exchange we invited Grace & Femi's maker community of parents and children to explore collaboration possibilities for upcoming 2018 Tate events. Read More

DEL 2017 conference #delJAM event 

Grace Owolade-Coombes discuss how the informal community setting can provide an inclusive and transformative learning environment for cross-generational participation in new technologies an digital making. Read More

Digital Maker Collective Tate Exchange Unconference Event

We were really pleased to have been joined by Grace & Femi (our youngest member of the Digital Maker Collective) who had just been awarded the Diana Award, a very happy Femi & proud mum Grace talked about their journey, running Tourettes and Autism friendly tech events. Read More Here.

Young Coders 2019 Easter Family Special

In April 2019 CCW hosted an inspiring group of Young Coders for a Easter Family special event. Over 20 Young Coders, Parents & Carers came together at the new Camberwell Playground to share their diverse experiences of coding from talking about C# coding to creating apps for dementia & the hearing impaired. The young coders also worked together to develop their youth led community identity and structure and of course not forgetting the all important Easter Egg hunt.

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