Students Contribute to Spotted Lanternfly Zones of Syncopation Art Project

November 11, 2019

With the help of many students, we completed the Moravian Academy section of the Spotted Lanternfly Zones of Syncopation art project.  Organized through Penn State Lehigh Valley, this project is the brainchild of artist Elsabé Johnson Dixon and involves many groups throughout the area.

Our segment, a quarter of what will be a larger circle, was the first to be completed, and was picked up on November 5th. Moravian Academy was one of only three schools in the area to be part of the project. The unveiling of all the assembled segments will occur December 2nd at the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus.  Can you figure out the Moravian Academy code hidden in the wings?

Read this article and other content in the Spring 2020 Moravian Academy Journal.


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