Dream big: Children inspire mural at Portland's Neighborhood House

Dream big: Children inspire mural at Portland's Neighborhood House
The mural was painted in the center's technology room, which now offers free Google Fiber.
Aveon Williams (Source: WAVE 3 News)
Aveon Williams (Source: WAVE 3 News)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Portland neighborhood was the first in Louisville to get Google Fiber.

Now, the high-speed network is available for free at Portland's Neighborhood House. Children celebrated Tuesday by painting a mural in the center's technology room, which is under development.

Louisville Visual Art led the way for the project with a large message: dream big.

"To me, what I think 'dream big' means is go big with things outside the box," Aveon Williams, one of the children working on the mural, said. "Don't be that person that stays in a circle or the square, just go beyond."

Artist Ehren Reed talked with children about what to sketch and projected that onto a wall. Then it was up to the children to paint in the color.

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