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Stephanie Hnatiw, executive director of the YWCA of Bethlehem talks about the Peace is Power art project to local Seniors. Stephanie Hnatiw, executive director of the YWCA of Bethlehem talks about the Peace is Power art project to local Seniors.
Cindy Cooper smiles as she displays her work. Cindy Cooper smiles as she displays her work.
YWCA’s Gina Miller assists local senior Dorothy Szena with the project. YWCA’s Gina Miller assists local senior Dorothy Szena with the project.
Local senior Nick Cascario colors his poster. Local senior Nick Cascario colors his poster.
Local senior Margarita Rivera begins her art project. Local senior Margarita Rivera begins her art project.
PRESS PHOTOS BY MARK KIRLINLocal senior Gloria Bobb intently focuses on her work in progress. PRESS PHOTOS BY MARK KIRLINLocal senior Gloria Bobb intently focuses on her work in progress.
John Alexios colors the letters in the Peace is Power poster John Alexios colors the letters in the Peace is Power poster

YWCA seniors donate art to the MOMA

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 by Mark Kirlin Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

The YWCA Bethlehem Adult Day Services Center participated in the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) Peace is Power art project. Local seniors with special needs colored Peace is Power posters that will be mailed to and displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. YWCA Bethlehem Executive Director Stephanie Hnatiw came up with the idea when she saw it publicized in the New York Times. The project is organized by Yoko Ono.