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Photo Gallery: Art Explorations at Cooper-Siegel Community Library

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Owen Carlin works on a snake-themed puppet during an art workshop March 30, 2019, at Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel.
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Instructor Alison Babusci shows the class what their finished puppets will look like during art workshops at Cooper-Siegel Community Library on March 30, 2019.
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Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Penelope Miller, 8, of Aspinwall works with pipe cleaners to make her puppet during the final class of the “Art Explorations” workshop series at Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel.

Young art students attended a three-part series, “Art Explorations,” at Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel and learned a variety of styles with Alison Babusci, STEAM program coordinator and instructor.

The courses involved 3D art, textile art and 2D art and taught students about color and patterns. The projects are on exhibit at the library for all to enjoy.

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