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Be the worst artist you can be

There’s no such thing as bad art… unless you count what we’ll be making on Thursday, Feb. 23. That’s when kids (seven to 12 years old) can join us to create atrocious artwork. We’ll provide the supplies. All you have … Continue reading

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It’s about to get LIT

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 … Continue reading

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Fall Foliage with Studio MPL Jr.

Studio MPL Jr., our club for artists in kindergarten through second grade, celebrated the colors of the season at their last meeting. They used crepe paper to make it look like a single leaf had all the shades of autumn. … Continue reading

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Get animated at Mentor Public Library

Do you know someone who loves animation and wants to try their hand at it? Tell them about the Fantastic Flipbooks program at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14, at our Lake Branch. Before rendering software, multiplane cameras, or even TechniColor, … Continue reading

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Bright paints and black lights

Our STEAM kids are such incredible artists (and scientists) that they use light beyond the visible spectrum. They painted with neon colors to create eye-catching pieces that glow when placed beneath a black light. And why? Because fluorescent paints don’t simply … Continue reading

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