Camp Teaches Teens the Art of Programming

The Nashua Public Library and the Nashua Parks and Recreation Department are offering “The Art of Programming,” a summer camp for 13- to 17-year-olds, from August 13 through 17.

The camp will let teens build up their math and programming skills while exercising their creativity. Led by software engineer Dylan Mahalingam, they’ll use the Processing programming language to make interesting art projects like the graphics pictured below, without picking up a paintbrush.

Campers should already have a basic understanding of programming and algebra.

The camp costs $70; scholarships are available. The camp will be held at the Nashua Public Library. Register online or print an application to mail.

For scholarship information, contact Carol at carol.eyman@nashualibrary.org or (603) 589-4610.