Got a great selfie? Awesome Instagram? Pixel art? Digital drawing? We want to see it!!
Participate in our Community Cell Phone Art Project by submitting a photo or artwork you created entirely on your phone for exhibition at the Brookwood Library Gallery in October 2019, as part of this year’s Hillsboro Reads community-wide reading program. ALL AGES! Fan Favorite wins $100 gift certificate to Hangin’ Custom Picture Framing! Submissions will be accepted any time between August and October 2019, for display throughout October 2019.
Any member of the Hillsboro community of any age may enter artwork for this project. Submissions must be a photo, drawing, or other two dimensional work created entirely on a cell phone. Just print a photo or art that is no larger than 8×10 inches, mount it on white foam core board, and submit to either Hillsboro Public Library Location. As the sponsor for this event, Hangin’ Custom Picture Framing will mount your print for you for a flat $5 fee, and they are also offering $100 gift card to the fan favorite, so be sure to come see your work on display, vote for your favorite, and tell all of your friends! All submissions must be accompanied by forms available at the libraries. Your work may be picked up at the Brookwood Library after November 5, 2019. For more info, call 503-615-6500, or stop by one of the library locations or Hangin’ Custom Picture Framing:
Brookwood Library, 2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Shute Park Library, 775 SE 10th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123
Hangin’ Custom Picture Framing 21125 NW West Union Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Hillsboro Reads is a community-wide reading program which takes place each year throughout the month of October and is the library’s contribution to the city-wide Hillsboro Arts and Culture Month. The program was established in 2015 with the mission of supporting the widest portion possible of our community in reading and discussing the same book at the same time to help foster a sense of community, celebrate reading for pleasure, and promote intergenerational discussion and connection. This year’s book is Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self by Manoush Zomorodi, which inspires readers to develop a more mindful relationship with technology.
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