February 13th is this month’s start date for Gale Courses offered by Cobb County Public Libraries. The online, instructor-led courses have a variety of topics to choose from that are free for Cobb County library cardholders. Gale Courses are six-week, 12-session
Learn to take control of photos stored on your camera, cell phone, computer, tablet and other devices through proper methods for organizing and archiving digital and all types of film images. This workshop will help students get started, ease stress
Join us for a meet and greet with Whitefield Academy student artists (grades 10-12) under the direction of Art Educator Rebecca Brown. Whitefield Academy music accompaniment. Light refreshments served.
So you’re pretty handy with your phone camera, but you feel the urge to get more serious about taking and manipulating images. However, a DSLR camera is daunting: what are all these buttons, dials and menus? How do you even
Taking great photographs has never been easier, and Sewell Mill is the perfect place to start. Learn how to use the Nikon DSLR Camera on hand in the library’s green room. Instructor Ben Baxley is an experienced filmmaker and current
For several months, author Sharyn McCrumb has shared with her audiences how she successfully found the image for the cover of her new book, The Unquiet Grave, to match her vision for the novel about the Greenbrier Ghost. The ghostly
A program on The Mysteries of Bird Migration will be presented at the East Cobb Library on Saturday, May 20, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The presentation by Giff Beaton, an airline pilot with decades of experience of exploring and