Coverflip Teen Art Contest
Have you ever read a great book with a horrible cover? Well, now’s your chance to coverflip! Design a new cover for your favorite young adult book.
Entries due: March 1. Drop off at any branch
Entries must be: flat, no larger than 81/2 x 11, and original. Can be pencil, pen, charcoal, pastel, water color, oil, photography, computer-generated, collage, or mixed media. Include the title and author of the book.
Prizes: Art Supplies
Library Choice Winner
Viewer’s Choice Winner
Entries displayed March 1-March 31, Lexington Park Library Art Gallery
Closing Reception & Announcement of Winners: Mon, Mar. 31, 6-7 pm, Lexington Park
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