Enjoy pictures of Project Tween Doodle Art where kids learned to doodle with style and create complex artwork starting with simple designs. Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library.
Whoo-whoo? Project Tweens is who! They practiced their drawing skills using a live Barred Owl model brought to us by the McHenry County Conservation District in the Sketch a Bird of Prey class.
This month, Tweens got tangled up with this string art project! For Project Tween String Art, each person designed and created a one-of-a-kind piece of art to admire and enjoy.
The Project Tween Self-Portrait Party was fun for all! Enjoy our gallery of photos from this January 2015 children’s program. Tweens brought a picture of themselves and their artistic abilities. We provided the canvas and the paint. They were asked to express themselves on canvas in a self-portrait, using acrylic paints.
Tweens gathered to create faux stained glass using aluminum foil, string, and markers. Check out their unique designs!
Monsters are taking over the art world! Tweens picked an arty background and added their own monster creations. Check them out…if you dare!
Here’s how area teens envisioned the world of Panem, and the characters from the Hunger Games trilogy for our 2012 Hunger Games Fan Art Contest! Congratulations to Emily T., who was our winner!