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On View: February 2018 Exhibitors at EBPL

On View: February 2018 Exhibitors at EBPL

Posted January 31, 2018

Our February exhibitors include the Middlesex County Vocational & Technical School students at the East Brunswick campus; a vintage sports pennant collection from Chris Wilcox; and an Arthur exhibit.

Middlesex County Vocational & Technical School – East Brunswick
February 2018 | Walls

This exhibit features work from the East Brunswick Tech Graphic Design/Commercial Art Program.  All the work displayed has been created by the Senior and Junior classes.

The work includes art created for a charity called The Memory Project. The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, and extreme poverty.

The exhibit also includes work from our Senior showcase. The seniors created original art for their portfolios. There is album cover art, a comic book, a gaming world, an original story, original poetry and photography depicting teen reality.


Vintage Pennant Collection by Chris Wilcox
February 2018 | Cases

This is a collection of vintage pennants of defunct sports teams on loan from Chris Wilcox. The teams represented are from Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the American Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, and the World Hockey Association.

Arthur the Aardvark
February 2018 | Cases

In celebration of our upcoming visit with author Marc Brown, we are showcasing the library’s collection of his beloved Arthur the Aardvark.


Tsum Tsums by Brie Dyas
February 2018 | Cases

Tsum Tsum, meaning "Stack Stack" in Japanese, is the latest explosion of cute and cuddly plush soft toys. The idea is that these small plushes can be stacked on top of one another to create limitless combinations of great mountains of adorable friends. This collection is on loan from Brie Dyas.