Teen

Girls Who Code

Large Classroom, Community Technology Center, Level 4

Girls Who Code is an afterschool program for girls in middle school and high school to learn computer science in a collaborative, engaging, and intensive manner, working with women who work in technology fields.

ideaLAB Teen Open Lab

ideaLAB, Level 4

Interested in recording music in our studio or editing your videos? Want to use our 3D printer or learn about Arduino? Want to learn how to make your own video games? Ready to sew or paint a masterpiece? Just want to hang out and play games? Drop by Teen Open Lab!

Teen Video Workshop

Join us for a 3-part workshop series on video creation. We will work together from brainstorming and storyboards through filming and editing to create a 90 second video that will be entered in a State-wide contest. The workshop will be broken down into the following sessions:

Part I: Story Development

Part II: Filming

Part III: Editing

Attendance at all three sessions is recommended but not required.
Registration is required. Call 720-865-0325 x2 or email asksamgarylibrary@denverlibrary.org.

We Don’t Wear Capes: A Reading by Denver Comic Book Creators

Meeting Room

Denver has an exciting comic book community, filled with women and men who travel the country sharing their work. Scheduled one week before DINK, (Denver’s new convention for independent comics), this is your chance to meet and talk with some of these creators about their work! Some will be sharing excerpts from their comics; others will be drawing while you’re there.

For more information contact the Blair-Caldwell Library at 720-865-2401 or email askblaircaldwell@denverlibrary.org

Exhibit: From Combat to Canvas

Cousins Gallery - Level 3

From Combat to Canvas will showcase the art and photography of local veterans as well as work about the veteran experience. Invited artists include Jerry de La Cruz, John Davis, Jess DuBois, Dwayne Glapion, Jud Hart, Ted Moore, Andrienne Norris, Bill Potts, David Stevens, Floyd Tunson, Jerry Vigil, and Irving Watts. Ranging from painting and photography to sculpture, the topic will offer veterans an opportunity to reflect on their experiences and share their current creative outlet.

Reception:
Saturday, March 12, 1-4 pm.