Have your art displayed at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library during the month of October! Reception for all artists on October 20th, 12 to 2 pm. Deadline to enter is Friday, September 21, 2018!
A Family Place Library is a center for early hood information, parent education, emergent literacy, socialization and family support. Family Place builds on the knowledge that good health, early learning, parent involvement and supportive communities play a critical role in …
The Teen Art Show displays the works of the West Babylon High college’s talented artists. It features new artwork every month.
Teen Art Exhibit. The Belmar Library’s Teen Advisory Board hosts its 2018 Teen Art Exhibit. Jefferson County artists between the ages of 12-18 are invited to submit original art to be considered for the exhibit on display in August.
2018 Teen Art Exposition: HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE Every April, the Livermore Public Library hosts the Teen Art Exposition, showcasing the talent of Livermore’s teen artists. This is a judged competition, with local artists and public figures featured on the judging panel.
Come to Aftercollege Lounge and participate in the DC Public Library Teen Art Contest. Make a badge for the summer reading program that may end up featured on …
sHealth was created by The Nemours Foundation’s Center for ren’s Health Media and provides separate sites for parents, s and teens. Online Homework Help – Free tutoring in a safe online environment by certified subject specialists.
Teen Art Gallery. A selection of art, photography and poetry featured across the system in teen spaces. Talk to your local librarian for information about displaying teen art.
YALSA’s Teen Space Guidelines are a tool for evaluating a public library’s overall level of success in providing physical and virtual space dedicated to teens, aged 12-18. Potential users of these national guidelines include library administrators, library trustees, teen services librarians, community members and job-seekers hoping to assess a library’s commitment to teen services.
15TH ANNUAL BEAVERTON CITY LIBRARY TEEN ART SHOW CALL TO ARTISTS grades 6-12 Up to two works per teen artist may be submitted for consideration. Bring artwork to the Teen Room at the main library on the following days: