Magic Box Brings Hands-On Media Arts Programs for All Ages to the Harrison Public Library!

Magic Box Productions, an award-winning media arts education nonprofit, and the Harrison Public Library are beginning an exciting new partnership to help patrons of all ages harness their own creativity in photography, video, animation and audio, while building critical 21st century skills in art and technology. 

Founded in 2004 by documentary filmmaker and Executive Director Nelle Stokes, Magic Box Productions provides exemplary media arts workshops for kids, parents, and teachers. 

Magic Box has provided more than 10,000 budding media-makers with opportunities for creative expression, community and cultural connections, and access to new technologies.
Starting this fall, Magic Box’s professional media teaching artists will be onsite at the newly refurbished Harrison Library leading a variety of fun and accessible media arts workshops.  Classes will be available at the Library most Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, starting with a Family Photography Workshop on November 28th,, 2015.
During the Family Photography workshops, participants will be able to have their family photo taken, just in time for the holidays, while they explore the art of photography using their own cameras or ones supplied by the library.
To register for the workshops, call the Harrison Public Library 914-835-0324 or go to
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