Exciting news: Students to start painting mural for upcoming Da Vinci Science Center in Allentown!

In downtown Allentown, the new Da Vinci Science Center will be a vibrant addition to the city thanks to the talents of an artist from Bethlehem and hundreds of students. Beginning Thursday morning, about 300 students will gather at the Judith Chase Early Learning Center on Chew Street to start painting a mural that will be installed on the wall of the new science center.

Local artist Carla Majczan, an art teacher at the Bethlehem Area School District, was chosen to lead this project. She worked with students at the Lehigh Valley Children’s Centers to create art and designs based on her lesson plans for art and science. The children produced boxes full of artwork and ideas, which Carla used to create the final mural design. This design is directly based on the children’s drawings and concepts.

The mural will be 120 feet long and is sure to become a beloved feature of the new science center when it opens in late May or early June. The center’s opening date is set for May 22.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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