Tweens explored their artistic side by cutting colorful paper, then turning it into a unique paper mosaic. Enjoy the photos! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library.
Artist, Christine Thornton, returned to the library to teach a watercolor painting class on birch trees. Participants (adults and teens) created lovely, forest settings.
Harry Potter fans joined together for an afternoon of HP-themed crafts – golden snitch keychains, wooden stag patronuses, feather quill bookmarks, miniature pencil broomsticks, and owl charm jewelry!
Teens in grades 6-12 recreated a wintery scene in acrylics while enjoying cookies on a cold afternoon in December.
When amazing art is being done, you need to showcase it…so we had an art show! Kids were asked to bring in 1-2 items they made at Project Tween to share with library visitors. If you are a tween and you haven’t been coming to this event, check out the photos to see what you have been missing! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at…
Tweens explored their artistic side by completing this seascape sunset with sailboat paint-along project. Many masterpieces were created! Find this and other crafty pins we’ve tried at the Huntley Library: https://www.pinterest.com/huntleylibrary/crafty-pins-weve-tried-the-huntley-library/