Cardboard artist David Lynch is leading a special project at Maxtivity. (Photo by Maxtivity)

Maxtivity, a Philomath-based arts and crafts creative space organization, invites the community to join cardboard artist David Lynch in the coming days with the creation of a three-dimensional window display replica of Maxtivity’s studio.

Lynch is leading a creative construction project of a large-scale installation in the Foodwise store window in downtown Corvallis. He is working with children and adult community members on the project at Maxtivity, located at 1604 Main St. The cardboard diorama will be on display at Foodwise in May.

The group meets on Fridays after school and on the last two Saturdays in April.

Lynch, a noted commissioned artist in the York, Pennsylvania, area, currently works as an aide in the Alsea School District. He has been involved in several noteworthy projects, including the design and organization of a community art city sculpture effort at York City Hall for that community’s 275th anniversary.For more information, go online to Maxtivity’s website or Facebook page, or call 541-714-3443.