Art

Make Your Mark: Community Art

This fall, we will have a large paint-by-the-numbers that will be chosen and painted by the community! The finished piece will be displayed in the Carnegie Library.

Here’s how to participate:

October 8-14: Vote for your favorite piece to be painted by stopping by the Carnegie Library or vote on Facebook by “liking” your favorite piece.

November 10: Join us in the Carnegie Library to paint!

For more information, contact the Carnegie Library at 517-788-4087

Live-Ability

Live-Ability is an inclusive and accessible program for adults with all abilities. The program will differ each week.

October 4: Art tutorials with Teely Apperson

October 11: Games/VR/Video games

October 18: Music Therapy with REbekah Moilanen

October 25: No Live-Ability due to booksale week

Sandscapes: Art of the Nazca Lines

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with hands-on learning about the Nazca Lines of Peru! The Nazca Lines are mysterious and gigantic drawings made in the sands of the Nazca desert. This fun, sensory art experience will bring them to life as we learn how and why they were made.

Please call the Carnegie Library at 517-788-4087 to save your spot.

Sandscapes: Art of the Nazca Lines

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with hands-on learning about the Nazca Lines of Peru! The Nazca Lines are mysterious and gigantic drawings made in the sands of the Nazca desert. This fun, sensory art experience will bring them to life as we learn how and why they were made.

Please call the Meijer Branch at 517-788-4480 to save your spot.

Sandscapes: Art of the Nazca Lines

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with hands-on learning about the Nazca Lines of Peru! The Nazca Lines are mysterious and gigantic drawings made in the sands of the Nazca desert. This fun, sensory art experience will bring them to life as we learn how and why they were made.

Please call the Parma Branch at 517-531-4908 to save your spot.

Melted Crayon Masterpieces

Get creative with crayons in a whole new way! Use crayons, canvas and a little heat to create unique works of art.

Registration required, so please call the Summit Branch at (517) 783-4030 to save your spot!

Intended for Teens & Adults.

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