Don’t miss: http://www.libraryasincubatorproject.org/?p=2045 TTW Contributor Justin Hoenke answers some questions about the library as a creation space for teens: How do artists use your library? Every day after school we get anywhere from 30-60 teens using our teen library space. I see the teens making music, art, and videos on their laptops everyday. A lot of them also sit around and doodle, and the almost always give me their finished products. I’ve got quite a compilation of teen artwork created in the library that someday I hope to put together and feature in the library! This image gallery is a […]
Kindle for Beginners, a photo by Lester Public Library on Flickr.
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