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Anime Fest 2009
Sunday, October 18th 12-4 p.m.
@ the Figge Art Museum
Quad-Cities Libraries and the Figge Art Museum are organizing the second annual Teen Anime Fest and Manga Art Show!
- An area for swapping manga & anime.
- A cosplay mask creation station
- A cosplay cat ear and tail creation station
- Japanese tea served by Mojo’s
- Candy sushi making
- Sales booth of your favorite manga & anime supplied by Borders
- Viewing of episodes of our favorite anime
- A martial arts demonstration by the John Morrow–Academy of Martial Arts
- Anime Music Video Contest (Max entries is 2 & please bring the URL’s of your videos. Please keep them PG-13)
- Cosplay contest (feel free to wear your costume to the event)
- Art contest
Look for all the Manga Art Contest details/entry forms in tomorrow’s post.
September is just around the corner and that means our regular teen programs will be starting back up again. Yay! The line up for this year is as follows:
1st Tuesday of the month–Anime Club
2nd Tuesday of the month–TVC (Teen Volunteer Council & Gaming)
3rd Tuesday of the month–Ultimate Card Gaming (Magic/YuGiOh/…)
4th Tuesday of the month–Teen Tech Lab
EVERY Wednesday–Get Your Game On (free play video gaming)
Anime Club starts this Tuesday, September 1st, at the Fairmount St. library from 5:30-7:30. Don’t miss the first meeting and your chance to help plan the club’s activities for the season. Do we need a logo? Will you draw it? Should we have officers? Or just go with the flow? How about another chopsticks/M&Ms race and ramen noodle eating contest? (yes please)
Plus, we have big announcements concerning this year’s Anime Fest which will be held at the Figge Art Museum in October. Art contest anyone? Do we have cosplayers in the house? Stay tuned to tomorrow’s post for all the juicy deets.
The 2008 Teen Anime Fest is today from 12-4:30 at the Figge Art Museum. The event consists of a wide variety of activities and is pretty much going to be a guaranteed good time. Pretty much. As in…pretty much for sure! Hope you can make it! The Figge is located at 225 W. 2nd St. in downtown Davenport. For more info call the library at 563-326-7832.
One feature of the Anime Fest will be the Manga Art Show & Reception. Area teens were invited to submit up to 2 pieces of manga/comic book style artwork. Here at DPL we had over 25 entries and all of the teen artists should be really really really proud of themselves! Plus, various public libraries on both sides of the river had lots of teens turn in submissions, as well! Hopefully the artists can make it to the Fest today to see their artwork on display. The following is a list of the DPL artists:
Rebekka Burks, Jacob Burns, Kristina Carter, Marcus Dammann, Chris DeNeve, Erik DeNeve, Bailey Hager, Tamara Koob, Matt Lathrop, Morgan Mahon, Christopher Mbakwe, Sari Moore, Mello Peterson, Taylor Richlen, Brogen Schieving, Devin Skaff, and Mimzy Storm.
Fantastic work everyone!