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Presentation: The Journey of Being an Artist

Friday, 10/15/2021
3:00 - 3:15

YELL Teen Intern Janine, explores the intersection of her Filipina identity and art inspiration in an original video incorporating historical archives and personal artifacts in a unique storytelling experience. For ages 12 and older. 

Watch on YouTube.

Teen Intern Janine participated in the Youth Engaged in Library Leadership (YELL) 2021 Summer internship program as a member of the Social Justice & Art Cohort. The Social Justice & Art cohort focused on using art to creatively explore activism, social justice, and history. When she is not creating art, she enjoys walking through the city and admiring the views.  


Watch party and film discussions. 

Connect to engaging discussions and performances related to the Filipino American community.

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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