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Making cornucopias with Studio MPL

On Monday, Studio MPL—our art club for kids in first through fifth grade—made cornucopias of self-expression. They made collages from magazines to show what they were thankful for this year. This continues their theme of self-expression. Last month, they used … Continue reading

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Studio MPL and the art of the good hair day

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. They’ve made sun catchers, painted … Continue reading

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Making Sun Catchers with Studio MPL

In April, the kids from Studio MPL painted sunsets. Last week they made sun catchers. I think they’re working on some sort of solar motif. If you haven’t heard of Studio MPL, it’s Mentor Library’s art club for kids in first … Continue reading

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Painting Sunsets with Studio MPL

There’s something about a sunset. Just ask Tomie DePaola, Frederic Edwin Church or pretty much any other artist. Studio MPL, our art club for kids in first through fifth grade, painted sunsets last week. Lisa Layton, who’s in charge of Studio MPL, … Continue reading

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Bright paints and black lights

Andrew had spent about 20 minutes on his masterpiece. It included streaks of orange, blue dots and a kelly green shamrock. (It was, after all, St. Patrick’s Day.) Then he put his artwork beneath the black light and he barely … Continue reading

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