EventsStory of My Life: Art Journaling for Adults and Teens

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Story of My Life: Art Journaling for Adults and Teens

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM


Join us to try easy, fun techniques for art journaling, doodling or adding visual elements to bullet journals. We’ll experiment with interesting ways to express the story of our daily life using the materials we have around us. This program is great for newbies and experienced alike. Whether you’re trying art journaling for the first time or you’re looking to add new spark to your doodling or journaling, we hope you will join the fun!

Lines, Letters and Frames

Inspired by artists, poets and graphic novelists, we’ll play with intriguing ways to use lines, lettering and frames to tell our story. Packed with fun techniques, this session is a great way to wind up this series on art journaling.  Led by Violet Juno of the Alameda County Arts Commission.

Register for the event to receive a Zoom link 1 - 2 hours prior to the event.

Materials Information:
No special materials are needed--just paper and drawing tools.

  • Paper – Any kind of paper, journal, notebook, diary, or sketchbook.
  • Drawing tools – pens, pencils, markers, crayons, etc.
  • Helpful - Scissors and glue stick or glue

For books and other Art Journaling resources, go to:

Art Journaling : Telling Our Stories at ACL

For free art classes, join Creativebug:

With your AC Library card, enjoy access to thousands of online art and craft classes including art journaling and doodling classes. Watch classes anytime, anywhere at your own pace.


    About the Presenter:
    Since 2010, Violet Juno has partnered with the Library to create fun, educational arts programs for all ages that inspire joy, creativity and community building. Violet is the Creative Community Engagement Coordinator for the Alameda County Arts Commission which is a long-time partner of the Library.

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