It’s a right of passage. A field trip in elementary school to The Franklin Institute. Now the famous museum is poised to break a world record for the world’s largest drawing by an individual. It’s part of celebrating the new exhibit, Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition. This Wednesday, Philadelphia art teacher Dyymond Whipper-Young, will showcase her creativity with inspiring visuals throughout the 6,450 square-foot world record drawing. The previous record-holder was an Italian artist, with 6118.96 square feet drawing set in 2020. The new exhibit will be open to the public in February. Read more here.