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Share feedback for public art at new eastside library

Posted July 2, 2018 | Last updated July 9, 2018

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Artist Elena Manferdini will design artwork to be integrated into the Eastside family library building to create an immersive, imaginative experience for kids and their families who visit the library.

Provide feedback during a focus group including the artist and families with children up to 18 years old. Workshops are scheduled at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. July 13 at eSkills Library, 2800 Stark St. The morning session is for parents, caregivers, teachers of children ages 0-12 and children of the same ages. The afternoon session is for parents, caregivers, teachers of teens ages 13-18 and teens of the same ages.

The first of its kind in North Texas, the family library will be at 3851 E. Lancaster Ave. and will provide educational programs that complement a child’s formal education and be an environment that encourages curiosity, reading, creativity and critical thinking.

To RSVP contact Karen Gil Matos.

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