Thursday, September 23, 2010

"Drawn In Brooklyn" Exhibition


"Drawn In Brooklyn" in Time Out Kids and in Captial New York

I'm in a brand new exhibition at Brooklyn Central Library. It's called "Drawn in Brooklyn". In October, I'll be giving FREE programs at the Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza 718-230-2100
Show Schedule: Sun 1-5pm; M-Th 9-9 F & Sat 10 - 6

A festival and exhibition of children's book art curated by John Bemelmans Marciano ("Madeline"). The exhibition features 34 illustrators who live and work in Brooklyn, from the most exciting newcomers in publishing to the legends of the business. The exhibition showcases over a hundred pieces of art.

Original illustrations from my books MERMAIDS ON PARADE, A CITY IS, and DOWN IN THE SUBWAY.

I'll be visiting the Ryder Branch Library on October 20, 2010. And an author visit with a visual power point program in the Dweck Auditorium on October 28, 2010.


At the opening reception there was a beautiful welcoming table with exhibition programs, bookmarks and information.


Co-curators John Marciano and Barbara Wing gave speeches.


The illustrators from "Drawn In Brooklyn"


Susan Straub from the Read to Me Program celebrated picture book art with my hero, Diane Dillon, illustrator of so many award winning books.


I'm with David Mowery, Division Manager of the Brooklyn Central Youth Wing and my art patron :)


Michelle Lynch, my intern from Pratt, a senior majoring in picture book illustration is with Andrea Vaughn, Brooklyn Central librarian fantastique!



Blog Diary from my solo exhibition at Brooklyn Central Library in Spring 2009. Here is a Facebook photo album from "Ordinary Into Extraordinary".

Photos copyright Melanie Hope Greenberg 2010
Group Photo: Al Pereira 2010

1 comment:

readerbuzz said...

I'm a judge for Cybils Nonfiction Picture Books. In real life, I'm a children's librarian in a primary school.

I thought it was time that I added my favorite and most useful blogs to my Google Reader. So I am on a mission today to be-friend and be-follow other children and young adult bloggers, focusing on those who will be Cybils panelists and judges.

Thus I have just be-friended and be-followed you!

Here is my blog: www.readerbuzz.blogspot.com.
I'd love to have you stop by and be-friend or be-follow or just say hello.