Scratch Kadina LokaMay 2009
Kadina-Loka, a ten-day summercamp with children from urban slums; conceptualised around games in Scratch and the fantasy of a haunted forest-world. The children went through a process that taught them to programme games through art. They conceptualised the story-lines, developed characters, edited images, programmed and finally shared their creations online at www.scratch.mit.edu/galleries/view/50414
The camp brought to them essential basics of imaginative story-telling, game-strategy and programming logic. The workshop-process and the artistic interventions were conceptualised and driven by me.
The children used Scratch (designed and developed by MIT, Boston) to programme their games.