With #ColorOurCollections, the Oak Park Public Library joins a national celebration this February to promote historic digital collections.
no secret, Oak Park's Book Bike has covered many long and winding
Take a look at where the bike has been (posted on the Idea Box
windows all January), and share your thoughts on where we should bring
mobile library services to during the 2018 season, which runs April through October.
How does your art effect social change?
Join resident artist Jon Veal and create works of art that will be seen at the Youth Social Justice Conference to be held at the Main Library on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Come learn and discuss different social justice topics in engaging and dynamic workshops designed to encourage dialogue and collaboration.
Learn more about the library's More Than a Month initiative at oppl.org/more.
For students in grades 6-12: join us in the Main Library Idea Box to learn to identify, read, and understand images through games, storytelling, and making your own works of art.
At this first in a series of workshops titled "VLW: How Image is Sold," Jon Veal will focus primarily on identifying shapes within a composition. "We will talk about the ways advertising tries to sell, and then use methods to create our own 'propaganda'," Jon adds.