Lisa supplies the art materials, Don Robinson (on drums) and Lisle Ellis (on bass) supply the jazz, and the jazz and art come together to tell a story! We just need you to make the art! For children of all ages!
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Comic-creating cousins Jillian and Markio Tamaki come to the South Branch to share their newest graphic novel This One Summer, a beautiful and lyrical work about two teenage girls learning about the world over the course of a summer stay in a serene beach town. The fine folks from Mrs. Dalloway's Books will also be on hand to sell copies of the cousins' works. Don't miss the chance to hear from these gifted and unique creators!
The first Saturday in May is Free Comic Book Day, and the Berkeley Public Library is in the mood to celebrate!
We will be giving away age appropriate comic books all day long in the Children's Room.
In the 3rd floor meeting room, 1pm-4-pm, we'll have a supply of comics of interest to teens. So come and grab your free comics. We'll be streaming anime selections form Crunchyroll on the big screen. Take a look at the calendar to learn more about events happening at the branches!
Free Comics for giveaway include:
Bay Area artist Charles Curtis Blackwell exhibits paintings and drawings exploring themes of Africa and the jazz aesthetic at the Central Library from February 10th – April 20th, 2014. Blackwell will speak about his work and his personal journey as a legally blind artist during an Artist Talk on Sunday, February 23rd at 2:00 p.m. in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room of the Central Library. Read more about Blackwell and the Artist’s Talk.