Norman Public Library Central
- Published: 29 June 2016 29 June 2016
"Express yourself" is a phrase that can lead to endless results, different for every individual who tries to fulfill that request. At Norman Public Library Central, the series "Journeys in Art" is giving local teens a chance to put that expression in a physical journal.
The four-week series of workshops at 1 p.m. on consecutive Sundays, July 10, 17, 24 and 31, in Rooms A and B of the library. The goal of the workshops is for teens to create a visual journal that is an expressions of themselves. It serves as a sort of scrapbook of their lives, but made without rules. While each project will be unique, here are some examples and suggestions for putting together a project.
All supplies for the project will be provided by the library, although participants may want to bring photos or other memorabilia to personalize their projects.
Teens entering grades six through 12 are invited to attend. Registration is required in advance of the first week's session so the library will have enough supplies for each week.
The program is made possible by the support of the Friends of the Norman Library and the Pioneer Library System.