Book Carts for Capital Pride
Published on Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 2:41pm
Woah! Who made that awesome book cart!?
The teens at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Teen Space, of course!
This Monday, in our weekly Art Attack program the teens decorated a book cart that will be used in the Pride Parade on Saturday, June 7. Made with duct tape, ribbon, yarn, stickers, glitter, pipe cleaners, and plenty of love, this cart-o-splendor will certainly dazzle the crowds. Be sure to look for it on this year's parade route.
If you're feeling artsy come check out our other Art Attack programs and earn badges as a part of this year's Teen Summer Reading program. Art Attack is held every Monday at 4 p.m. in Teen Space. From duct tape crafts, to movie creation, knitting, and more, Art Attack has something for every artistic spirit. Also, be sure to check out a few special STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Art Attacks coming up:
June 30: E-textiles: Teens will create LED cuff bracelets using LEDs, batteries, and conductive thread. Earn the STEM and Get Crafty Badges at this event.
July 7: Street Art & Fashion: Teens will have an opportunity to make freezer stenciled tees, chalk spray paint art, or graffiti lettering. Earn the Get Crafty Badge at this event.
August 4: Engineering-Paper Roller Coasters: Teens will create paper roller coasters using paper, tape, and marbles. Earn the STEM Badge at this event.
August 11: Stop Motion Videos: Teens will create Vine or Instagram videos using weird props & DIY backdrops on their own mobile devices or a DCPL iPad. Earn the STEM and Get Crafty Badges at this event.
See you there!