Build Your First Website
by UNLV / Majorie Barrick Museum of Art & Code Ladies
Don’t know where to start? UNLV & Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art bring you a beginner-friendly workshop! Learn the fundamentals of coding needed to build and style your very own website in a judgment-free zone. Questions encouraged! By the end of this two-hour class, you’ll have a live website and web address to share with friends and family.
Bring your own laptop or borrow one courtesy of Tech Impact. Spaces are limited—register now: http://bit.ly/UNLV_FIRSTWEBSITE
Reception / Doors Open at 7PM*
Lecture & Workshop at 7:30PM-9PM
*Please check-in at our reception after you have RSVPed, get your nametag and be sure to grab a laptop from Tech Impact if you need one!
There will be also an array of food and snacks provided during our reception at 7PM. Mix and mingle! Get to know other aspiring coders before we start! Food sponsored and provided by Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art and WRIN.
After-Hours Parking (Free)
After 7 p.m., visitors may park in any available faculty/staff, student, or metered parking lots for free. PLEASE NOTE: Before 7 p.m., these parking spaces with meters are paid by phone or coins. Alternate option of free lot is below.
If attendees prefer to arrive at the event early (before 7 PM), there is a free parking lot on campus: Lot S (corner of Harmon and Swenson). No permit is required to park in this lot.
Sponsors & Involvement
Thanks to the wonderful organizations and departments involved in our event!
– Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art
– Tech Impact (PunchCode: Coding Bootcamp of DTLV)
– Women’s Research Institute of Nevada (WRIN)
– UNLV Department of Art
– Design Kettle (Designed icons/pattern)
– Instructors & Hosts: Rachel W., Sylvia M. Lorrie May M.
– TA (Teacher Assistants)
We’re here to help! If you have questions, we’ve got answers! Call Majorie Barrick Museum of Art at 702-895-3381 or (https://www.unlv.edu/barrickmuseum/contact) for directions. Other questions regarding the workshop, teacher assisting or the instructors, feel free to inquire on our Facebook event page. One of our involvement representatives will answer shortly.