San Francisco Mayor, Ed Lee, speaks at the launching of The Mix, a center in the San Francisco Public Library dedicated to helping children use cutting-edge technology to learn how to be producers instead of consumers on Thursday, June 18, 2015.

Mayor celebrates opening of The Mix teen center at SF Public Library

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today celebrated the opening of The Mix at SFPL, a new 4,770-square-foot teen digital media center and learning lab located within the San Francisco Main Library, providing 21st Century technology and teaching. The Mix at SFPL offers teens a state-of-the-art recording studio, a video production space, a bank of high-end digital equipment, and a makerspace. In addition, The Mix will have books, movies and music, amphitheater-style seating and performance area, and a safe and comfortable space for Bay Area teens to hang out, read and study.

The Mix is a center in the San Francisco Public Library dedicated to helping children use cutting-edge technology to learn how to be producers instead of consumers on Thursday, June 18, 2015.

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The Mix is a center in the San Francisco Public Library dedicated to helping children use cutting-edge technology to learn how to be producers instead of consumers on Thursday, June 18, 2015.

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