Art for Teens on July 16, 22

Library to host creative workshops

The Howland Public Library will expand its programming for teens over the summer. Starting this month, it will host a monthly art workshop called Upcycle Art Studio in which middle- and high-school students experiment with transforming discarded materials into art.

An example of a magazine collage (photo provided)

An example of a magazine collage (photo provided)

At the first session, scheduled for 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 16, participants will create collages from recycled magazines. Future session will explore making sculptures from books, beads from magazines and magnets from bottle caps. All supplies are provided.

The library also plans an origami workshop for students ages 11 and older at 3 p.m. on Friday, July 22. Instructor Bob Voelker will work from simple designs to more complex folds and modular constructions.

Registration is required for both programs. Email [email protected] or call 845-831-1134, ext. 101. The Howland Public Library is located at 313 Main St.


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