Creative Voltage Mural

Greater Hazleton Art Trail

Creative Voltage Mural

Hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201, United States

Created By: Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress


Address: Located to the rear of Hazle Drugs (7 N. Wyoming Street), Hazleton, PA 18201. Parking is available.

The Creative Voltage Mural was completed in 2017 by Boston artist and Hazleton native Mary Veronica Sweeney with support from the Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. The mural depicts Thomas Edison, who in 1883 made Hazleton the third city in the world to have two-wire, three phase streetlights. Edison, together with the miners who extracted the coal to make electrification possible, helped make the City of Hazleton a center for business and culture well into the 20th-century. In this mural Edison transfers his creative energy to the children of the community.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Greater Hazleton Art Trail


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