The summer hiatus is over and Studio MPL is back!
Oh, you haven’t heard of Studio MPL?
It’s Mentor Library’s art club for kids in first through fifth grade, and it’s six scoops of awesome.
This month, we talked about art as a reflection of who we are—and we did it using hair. We gave the young artists colored pencils, markers and other art supplies, and we told them to draw a person’s hair; and the hair would represent what’s going on inside of them.
And the kids got more creative than we could imagine. One girl made her hair a series of googly eyes. A boy turned his artwork into two necklaces—one that he could wear and another for his grandma.
Studio MPL meets on the third Monday of each month.
Next month’s session will be Oct. 20 at our Main Branch. You can register for it here.