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Friday: Teen Manga Night' at the Menlo Park Library

 

Teens who are fans of manga and anime, or who want to learn more about those art forms, can pick up some tips and techniques on Friday, Jan. 8, when professional artist and animator Carlos Nieto III comes to the Menlo Park Library.

The free program is set for 6 to 8 p.m., with snacks and supplies provided by the library.

Mr. Nieto has worked as a layout artist on the television shows "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill." He has served as a visual consultant for Disney and Universal, creating sketches and final art for set designs, according to his website. He conducts comic book-making and anime and animation drawing workshops at libraries across the country.

The library's Teen Manga Night is open to teens ages 13 through 18. Registration is required. Those who register will be sent a registration form prior to the event, which will be required to enter the library.

To register, click here or call 330-2501.

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