Vial Cap Mural at Elver Park Neighborhood Center

Teens and children at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center came together and created a drawing that will be made into a 12 foot long vial cap mural. Using a variety of positive images from several different artists a final composition was created. This image was drawn onto MDF panels and then painted with background colors. The vial caps are being added as you read this.

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The UW Hospital Anesthesiology Department is committed to upcycling and recycling all of their vial caps. They have used them in many ways including mural in the hospital to recently a Bucky from Bucky on Parade. Here is a video about their program.

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Elver Park Neighborhood Center

The Elver Park Neighborhood Center provides support to children and families in the greater Elver Park neighborhood. We support children through out-of-school time programming that focuses on academics, social-emotional learning, and health and wellness. We support families through being a bridge to schools and assisting families in accessing services in the community.

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This is the Elver Park Vial Cap Mural in progress. Teens and children at the center are working on this project together. This 12 foot long mural will add a touch of bright color and interest to their multi-purpose room.