Your library collected miniature art masterpieces all September long from the community, and now is the time to visit your South Branch Library and view our Community Mini Art Exhibit. On display in the exterior lobby of the facility, the public is encouraged to come out and see what local talent has created for this year in honor of National Arts & Humanities Month.
This monthly recognition of the arts and humanities was established in 1993 in the U.S., and initiated to encourage Americans to explore the facets of the arts and humanities in their lives, while also beginning a lifelong habit of participating in them both. Your South Branch Library has actively participated in this celebration for years, asking the community to register and pick up a miniature art kit to create a work of art on their own. Once returned to the library, we would then use them as a featured display. By stopping by to view them, you would be doing your part to celebrate this monthly observance.
A special thanks goes out to the artists, of all ages and skill levels, who participated in this activity this year. We appreciate you sharing your talents with us, as well as all of Abilene. Be sure to stop by your South Branch Library anytime during our regular hours of operation, and view this collection of art for yourselves.
For more information about the Annual Mini Art Exhibit at your South Branch Library, contact librarian Marnie Boyers at 325-698-7565, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.