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Date:
February 17, 2017
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location:
Menlo Park Library
Address:
800 Alma St.
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Contact:
650-330-2530
Cost:
FREE (Registration Required)
ADA:
Yes
Manga art by Carlos Nieto III
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Teen Night: ANIME Your Way!

Friday, February 17, 2017

Teens, pick up some manga and anime tips and techniques from pro artist/animator Carlos Nieto!

Are you a fan of the Japanese arts of manga and anime? Join us to pick up some techniques from artist Carlos Nieto!
  • Just for Teens (13-18!)
  • Registration required, see link to the right.
  • After-hours event
  • Snacks and supplies provided
All registered attendees will be sent a Teen Night Registration Form, prior to the event. This form is required to gain entry into the library. Feel free to invite friends to sign up & join us!

About Carlos Nieto III
Carlos Nieto III has worked as a layout artist on the Emmy-winning TV show “The Simpsons,” as well as “King of the Hill.” He has also served as a visual consultant for Disney and Universal, creating sketches and final art for set designs. He conducts his Comic Book making, Anime and Animation drawing workshops at libraries across the country.

About the Menlo Park Library Teen Advisory Group (TAG)
TAG is a group of teens who provide their input regarding events, contests, and resources at the Menlo Park Library. Their mission is to provide an environment in which teens can express their ideas about how to improve the library.  By joining this group, teenagers can:
  • make new friends
  • work on the teen-created, teen-run website
  • plan teen events and summer reading programs
  • share and discuss ideas
  • receive community service credit
  • practice organizational skills
  • have their voice heard in teen-related library matters