Posts tagged with "Teen"

Posted by paichele on 06/13/17
 
Teens, are you an up and coming filmmaker? Showcase your creativity, compete for prizes and earn recognition for your cinematic skills by entering the 11th Annual Teen Film Fest to be held on Friday, August 11. To get started, read these important film fest guidelines.Then check out the equipment you can borrow from the library including a camera slider, DSLR, portable green screen, tripods and Rode shotgun mic. Attend any of our Teen Film Camp sessions or drop in for help at (Open) Training Day for advice and assistance on Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. starting June 24.
 
IMPORTANT FILM FEST DATES:
 
Friday, July 28- Early bird deadline, a new addition this year. Submit your film by noon on the 28th and receive feedback to improve your film before the final deadline.
 
Tuesday, August 1-The final deadline for submissions. Learn how to submit an entry and see last year's winning films.
 

Friday, August 11- 11th Annual Teen Film Fest. Whether you're a filmmaker submitting a movie, a friend or family member who wants to support teen films, or just an interested moviegoer, don't miss out on this very special Teen Film Fest. Meet filmmakers and mingle on the red carpet preceeding the event.

7–9 p.m. – Screening of films in the Hendrickson Room / Register
9–10 p.m. – Glow Party, the official after party held in the Hub and Cardinal Room / Drop in
 

 
 

Posted by aharder on 02/29/16
 
The library continued its celebration of all things fairy tale by welcoming tween fairy tale author Liesl Shurtliff to the library on February 25. Shurtliff, the author of Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin and Jack: The True Story of Jack and the Beanstalk, talked with a group of more than 150 fairy tale fans about myths and legends, where they come from, how they change and what they mean to us today. More than 40 tweens joined Shurtliff for a writing workshop earlier in the day for fourth- to sixth-grade students.
 
Please join us for an upcoming fairy-tale themed program or visit Kids’ World's Once Upon a Time…Exploring the World of Fairy Tales interactive play exhibit for children ages 3 to 10 that runs through March 26. The exhibit is made possible by a gift from the Friends of the Library. To learn more about the Once Upon a Time exhibit and fairy tale programs for all ages, including family movie screenings nights, puppet shows and plays, book discussions, crafts and more, visit ahml.info/fairytales.

Posted by aharder on 06/14/17
 
Visit the library’s booth with your family for a fun summertime activity presented by the library's Tween Advisory Group.
 
July 15 – Sprout Squad, 9–11 a.m.
The Sprout Squad is a group of teen volunteers who are growing a garden plot at Olympic Park. Stop by to speak with some of the teen gardeners and check out the fruits (and vegetables) of their labor.
 
August 19 –Tween Advisory Group, 9–11 a.m.
 

Posted by aharder on 08/18/15
 
It was the Summer of STEM at the library. While school was out, the library was full of children of all ages engaging in science and technology.
 
Children and parents packed the Training Center for an introduction to 3D printing. Just a short walk away, in Kids' World, a group of toddlers and preschoolers were engineering structures from tubes and connectors in a free-play session. Problem-solving skills were on full display as the hard hat-wearing group of young builders figured out which piece connected where. Nearby, another young visitor played on a felt board featuring honey bees and numbers. As her caregiver prompted her to "count the bees," little did she know, she too was learning through STEM free play and toys provided by the library.
 
View more Summer of STEM photos here.
 
 
 
Visit our Computers and Technology page for more information on upcoming classes and the Studio - your library's digital media lab.
 

 
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6.012 Patron-Generated Content

04/27/2011
The Library offers various venues in which patrons can contribute content that is accessible to the public.  These include, but are not limited to, blogs, reviews, forums, and social tagging on the Library’s website and catalog.  Any instance in which a patron posts written or recorded content to any of the Library’s venues that are accessible to the public is considered “patron-generated content” and is subject to this policy.
 
By contributing patron-generated content, patrons grant the Library an irrevocable, royalty-free, worldwide, perpetual right and license to use, copy, modify, display, archive, distribute, reproduce and create derivative works based upon that content.
 
By submitting patron-generated content, patrons warrant they are the sole authors or that they have obtained all necessary permission associated with copyrights and trademarks to submit such content.
 
Patrons are liable for the opinions expressed and the accuracy of the information contained in the content they submit.  The Library assumes no responsibility for such content.
 
The Library reserves the right not to post submitted content or to remove patron-generated content for any reason, including but not limited to:
 
  • content that is profane, obscene, or pornographic;
 
  • content that is abusive, discriminatory or hateful on account of race, national origin, religion, age, gender, disability, or sexual orientation;
 
  • content that contains threats, personal attacks, or harassment;
 
  • content that contains solicitations or advertisements;
 
  • content that is invasive of another person’s privacy;
 
  • content that is unrelated to the discussion or venue in which it is posted;
 
  • content that is in violation of the Library’s Code of Conduct or any other Library policy