| FREE ENTRY unless stated otherwise 
| Past events can be found here 


Workshop: An introduction to web development

Saturday 27 June, 10.30am – 12.30pm | Bookings required | RainbowYOUTH Drop-in Centre, 10 Abbey Street, Auckland Central 1010 

This event is free, however bookings are required. Please register here. 

Learn the basics of web development in this free hands-on workshop led by web developers Jessica Morgan and Kimmi Rindel. They will be covering key foundational concepts in computer programming and web development using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This workshop is open to all, but specifically an opportunity for members of the queer community who are interested in learning the basics of coding or who want to refresh their skills in a fun and supportive environment. Attendance is free but bookings are required, as spaces are limited.

Please bring your laptop, or indicate in the booking that you would like to borrow one for the workshop.

This event is part of Gus Fisher Gallery’s Queer Algorithms exhibition, which brings together local and international artists from the LGBTQIA+ community who are in the process of reconfiguring new algorithms for change against continued systems of exclusion. The intention of this workshop is to upskill and equip members of the queer community who are interested in web development, but who may have not had the time or resources to do so.

Generously supported by Rule Foundation.