Music and coding program offered

The Timuca Arts Foundation will provide an after school coding program to Workforce Academy students. Super Collider uses an open source coding language to create music and sound designs.

“It is art with a practical aspect,” said Benoit Glazer, president of the foundation. “It is a skill young people can use in the future.

The foundation received a Mayor’s Matching Grant to bring the program to area high schools.

“Our mission I’d to provide and inspire great art and music in Central Florida and one way is through education,” said Glazer. “Music and art are the highest expression of humanity.”

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If interested in learning more or attending, call Mr. Merrell at 407-898-7228.

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