What could be better than music and art together? Live jazz by violinist India Cooke and drummer Don Robinson, accompanied by stories presented by artist and educator Lisa DiPrima, all while you create art. Art supplies will be provided. Ages 4 and up.
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Join Youth Spirit Artworks artists for the unveiling of a piece they have created especially for the THPS teen room space.
Refreshments will be provided and all community members are welcome!
Thank you to the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library for their support of this artwork and the unveiling celebration.
Join us in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room for a talk with artists from the exhibit Interfaith Art Collaborations: Seeking Peace and Dialogue.
The exhibit is on display on the 5th floor Art & Music Department during regular library hours through December 9.
Share your art, music and writing creations and contribute to our next Teen Zine! Treats will be served!
2nd floor lobby glass cases
The Renaissance meets Berkeley High. Students from Alan Miller’s 2017-2018 English classes illustrate how the political concepts in The Prince play out in our modern world. Runs September 1st through Spetmeber 28th, 2018.
Stop by the 5th floor Art & Music Department to see the exhibit Interfaith Art Collaborations: Seeking Peace and Dialogue, on display during regular library hours through December 9.
Stop by the Historic Lobby on the second floor to view a collection of textiles from the Jolom Mayaetik Maya Weavers’ Cooperative.
BORP (Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program) advances the lives of people with physical disabilities through sports and recreational activities.
Join us in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room at 3:00pm on September 29 for a talk with Trooper Johnson (photographer & Youth Sports Program Director), Greg Milano (Adaptive Cycling Center Director), and Chris Finn (Power Soccer Coach).
You create art, while musicians India Cooke (violin) and Don Robinson (drums) make stories come to life! Artist and educator Lisa DiPrima is there to guide you with your artistic creation, and will share the lovely Drum Dream Girl, written by Margarita Engle, about a young girl in 1920's Cuba who defied convention to become a female drummer.