Want to make art so innovative that it’s beyond the visible light spectrum?
Feel the glow during our Ultraviolet Designs program at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13, at our Lake Branch.
Teens can use neon colors to create eye-catching pieces that glow when placed beneath a black light.
(By the way, if you’re wondering why fluorescent paint glows, it’s because they don’t simply reflect light like normal colors do. They absorb ultraviolet light—which we can’t see, but other animals like bees can—and release that energy as visible light.)
The program is free, but we ask that your RSVP. You can sign up on our website or call us at (440) 257-2512.