The Marysville Library will celebrate the opening of its new “Creative Commons” area, a place for technology-based creativity, with its “TECHcitement” event on Nov. 2.
The new Creative Commons area is a 1,700 sq. foot area in the center of the library that features a variety of gadgets for use by students, groups or entrepreneurs. The bulk of the construction for the space happened in September, said Jill Wubbenhorst, assistant managing librarian.
The area features many tools for creating digital media, including iMacs loaded with the full Adobe Creative Suite 6 (photo, image, design and video editing software), Whatcom drawing tablets, microphones, cameras, video cameras, tripods, a lighting kit and a portable green screen.