Greek mythology inspires creativity in Mckinley students

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Mighty Zeus must be giving them an A-plus from the heavens above.

The king of gods and his legion of deities provided inspiration enough for budding Rembrandts at McKinley Junior High School, who reaped the fruits of their labors by unveiling their latest creative project – a majestic new mural about Greek mythology, gracing the portico of the Bay Ridge school, 73rd Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway.

The student-teacher collaboration features an inter-galactic explosion of color, interspersed with mythological and modern figures.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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