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July Music+Code Hackathon

Teddy Hacking with Music Blocks

Are you a parent interested in enrolling your kid in a fun and educational activity?

Our Music+Code Hackathon offers classes to help kids get started with the Music Blocks visual programming language, a fun and powerful tool that combines music and programming. Students will learn the basics in classes led by MAP instructor Devin Ulibarri. There will be six classes over the course of two weeks plus a showcase for students to show and talk about their creations and process.

If this sounds like something that interests you, please check out our registration page for more details.

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Three Events for Teachers

Screenshot from a music+code class. Scales being shown with Music Blocks and a keyboard.

Are you looking for a fun new tool in your “teaching toolbox”?

MAP instructor, Devin Ulibarri, will be hosting a series of online talks to orient teachers with Music Blocks, which is a fun and powerful tool you can use to teach kids musical concepts.

Event information and registration is published at

  • Registration is free for instructors.
  • Access credentials will be sent out a few days before the event.
  • Instructors who complete one of these introductory classes will be eligible for stipends for referring their students to our June Hackathon ($100 for the first student and $50 for each student after the first. Limit of 5 for a total of $300.)