We have three unique and different art exhibits at the library this April.

“American Science Fiction through the Eyes of Ukrainian Children”: This traveling exhibit comes to us through Fermata Arts, courtesy of Sergey Grichanok, Lyceum of the Arts, Kharkiv, Ukraine. Artwork is by students ranging in age from 6 to 17 years old, based on classic American science fiction by Asimov, Bradbury, Vonnegut, King, and more. Be sure to look at the binder that accompanies the exhibit. Artwork can be found on the main level of the library, from children’s room to fiction section.

Poster Art from Poland in the Soviet Era: A selection of images from Bill Cochran’s Polish calendar collection, all featuring posters from the 1950s and 1960s Soviet era. In front room.

Book Arts mini exhibit: Paste paper and gelatin prints, accordion and flag books made by participants in Jay Rancourt’s book arts workshops held at the library this past winter. In glass case in front room.

Stop in soon, these exhibits are only on display until the end of April.

April art exhibits
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