CodeFair Public Hours

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CodeFair Public Hours

CodeFair / Build. Play. Create. Three days of immersive experiences at the intersection of technology and culture.

By Girls Who Code

When and where

Date and time

March 24 · 10am - March 26 · 5pm EDT


The Altman Building 135 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

Three days of immersive experiences at the intersection of technology and culture.

In collaboration with our Partners, Girls Who Code presents a multi-day experience inviting the public to play, discover, code, innovate and engage their imagination using the latest technology.

Discover and dance in the Metaverse, Color Code Your Vibe with aura photography, learn how to mint an NFT, and become a safer cyber citizen. Guests will experience technology and participate in workshops in a playful space and learn why Girls Who Code is committed to supporting girls and non-binary people to change the world through tech. Sign up now.

The Altman Building

135 West 18th Street

New York, NY 10011


CodeFair Public Hours

Friday, March 24 | 10am - 8pm ET

Saturday, March 25, 2023 | 11am - 8pm ET

Sunday, March 26, 2023 | 11am - 5pm ET


Are you a GWC Alumni, Student, Community Member? Please reach out to for free tickets.


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This event will be filmed and photographed. By attending the event, you and your guests give consent to be filmed and photographed, which will be used for promotional purposes. If you are a minor, you will need to obtain the consent of a parent or guardian.

Please register below. By registering, you (and your parent or guardian, if you are under 18), consent to the above.his event will be filmed and photographed. All sales are final.

Additional 10th Anniversary support provided by

Akkodis and Hired, American Girl, Bharat Anand and Anju Nohria, Boston Consulting Group, Paul Daugherty, Deloitte, Greg Gunn, Carol Donovan Juel, Liberty Mutual Insurance, LSEG Foundation, Lyda Hill Philanthropies, Pluralsight, Leyla Seka, Juan A. Sabater, Reshma Saujani and Nihal Mehta, Marissa Shorenstein, The Sonali and Hari Fund, Andrea and Jason Spero, TransPerfect, The Travelers Companies, Inc., and The Wenig Family Charitable Fund.

Follow Us & Find Out More / Social Media @GirlsWhoCcode

About the organizer

Organized by
Girls Who Code

Founded in 2012, Girls Who Code (GWC) is an international nonprofit on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. GWC is leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip students who identify as girls or nonbinary with the computing skills needed to pursue 21st-century opportunities.

GWC creates opportunities for students to start their computer science journey, continue through the pipeline and enter the tech workforce. GWC has served 500K+ students and over 50% of them are from historically underrepresented groups in tech. We have over 115K college age and workforce ready young people in our community.

Through our free programs, we are building the largest and most diverse pipeline of female and nonbinary engineers and will reach gender parity in new entry-level tech jobs by 2030.

To join the movement or learn more, visit Follow us organization on social media @GirlsWhoCode.

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