The Rego Park Green Alliance has announced that work from several of their students is on display at the Forest Hills Library. The exhibit is artistic and educational, and highlights new advances in 3-D printing that make it possible for kids to design and fabricate print with recycled plastic.
The exhibit offers something for everyone, and new pieces will be added often. Current pieces include artwork designed by a ninth grader at Townsend Harris entitled What Remains, an interpretation of what was left after Sandy.
The pieces will be on display until the end of December on the second floor of the Forest Hills Queens library, at 108-19 71st Avenue. For additional information, visit their website – Rego Park Green Alliance.