Kristen Doyle is not even two years into her position at the Basalt library and is already innovating ways to reach teens with the programming they offer.
“I am all about trying to provide experiences (to) teens that they’re interested in and they want to do, and be driven by their interests,” Doyle, Teen Services Coordinator, said.
Her intent combined with Carbondale Arts member Brett Haynes’ expertise is how they came up with the virtual Teen Music Lab. Haynes is a tattoo artist who produces electronic and hip hop music, and is currently working on a country album. He will work with the students on Chrome Music Lab and Chrome Music Lab Song Maker, both free programs they’ll be able to access after the two-day program. There is also no registration fee for those who want to