Make Waves Through Art

One of the activities for this summer’s Teen Summer Reading Program, “Make Waves at your Library” was an art contest.  We asked teens ‘‘What does the expression ‘Make Waves’ mean to you?  Does an oceanic theme come to mind, involving sea creatures, ocean scenes, or sea mythology?  Maybe it means taking a stand and rocking the waters by addressing a social issue important to you.  Or perhaps it means a water sport or activity you enjoy.  Depict your idea through art”. 8 teens took up the challenge and submitted their work which is now on display on the bulletin board in the Teen Area.  Judging by 3 area artists and teachers will take place this week.  The art entry to score the most points based on Artistic Merit and Conformance to Theme will be awarded a $50 gift card to Target, graciously donated by the Friends of the Dublin Library.

Make Waves Through Art Contest Entries

Check out the exhibit today and vote for your favorite.  Ballots are available in the Teen Area.