Head on over to our Flickr site to see the finished photos from this year’s Fountaindale Public Library annual program. You can download various sizes of these finished portraits from Flickr and share them however you wish.
At this year’s program, our Fountaindale Public Library patrons experimented with two different animation styles: cutout stop-motion and computer-based animation. Here are their completed animations made during the November 2018 Animation Bootcamp program in Studio 300.
The Maker lab inside Studio 300 Maker Lab announces new Heat Press Vinyl colors just in time for the holidays. Use Electric Red, Electric Green, Metallic Gold, and Crystal Holographic for making custom t-shirts and other apparel. There is a slightly higher costs for this vinyl at $3 a foot. For more information on using the vinyl cutting machine, contact Studio 300.
In later October 2018, Studio 300’s Justin Clash led a lively and informative Music Business Roundtable featuring industry professionals, Rodger Willis, Cedric Crout, and David Mitchell who shared their career journey and discussed how to thrive in the challenging music world of today.
Coco-theme pictures from the 2018 Ice Cream Social are now available to download and share from our Flickr site.
Family pets and their owners braved a warm July Sunday afternoon to have their portraits taken. See the results on our Flickr page here.
This was part of Fountaindale Public Library’s Family Pet Photo Day.
It’s the season for BBQs, fireworks and garage sales–especially items from the free pile. Case in point: this cracked mirror with a lot of potential.
Using Adobe software to create a design and then cutting adhesive vinyl using the Studio 300 Maker Lab Zing vinyl cutter, this garage sale find became a unique object for the home.
What are you going to create next in Studio 300’s Maker Lab?
Recently, Studio 300 left the lower level and ended up outside in Winston Woods Park in Bolingbrook. Here we teamed up with our Outreach department and together we led a fun photo scavenger hunt for families. The clues stumped a few of our participants but in the end everyone completed the hunt and earned themselves a prize.
Catch us again alongside the bookmobile at Winston Woods Park in July.