In December, the TAB (that's Teen Advisory Board) held an amazing talent show called "So You Think You Can Do Something?..." At last, the videos from the event are here. We'll post them over the next few weeks, starting with this one of the band Feedback, who are awesome. See for yourself:
On March 20, we had a Stop Motion Animation workshop. This short film, by Jimmy and Mickey C. was the result.
During Teen Tech Week, we did domino runs and filmed them. Here's the results!
Thanks to Andrew, Andrew and Chris.
The Teencast is back, and as awesome as ever. As usual, the guys, Stephen, Jack and EJ, with newcomer Mika, and our sound editor Chris, take on every topic imaginable. This month: duct tape, games, Avatar, the Olympics and for the first time ever, a blooper reel!
Yesterday, we set out on a hunt-- armed with cameras we went out into the library to find items and capture them. The prizes: galleys, and of course, glory.
The gallery of photos is now available, starring and created by Jack, Stephen, EJ and Jason.
To see the photos from yesterday's amazing hunt, head to our flickr!
The February Teencast is here! Short and sweet, fun, funny and informative as always. Check it out!
This month's 'cast is courtesy of sound-editor Chris, and voice talent Jack, Stephen, Michael and EJ.
Check out these projects we made in our last workshop, taught by one of our teen experts, Matthew!
These games introduce basics such as:
Here's an excellent resource Matthew recommended, that has cool sprites for use in your projects called the Spriter's Resource.
To learn how to do other cool stuff, check out the tutorials page in the Scratch forums.
If you are interested in learning Scratch, send an email to ahylton [at] darienlibrary [dot] org and keep on the lookout for our next workshop!
Get into the Holiday Spirit with Jack, EJ, Stephen, Michael and William and our sound editor Chris. This month we talk games, movies, youtube and of course, books. Check it out!
2:30pm Saturday Dec. 12
Create beautiful, useful bookmarks, for yourself or as a gift!
Use ribbons, buttons, paper and more to create one of a kind place holders with a personal touch.