This mural, the most recent one painted at the Center (and almost completed I’m told) is called Alegremía. It was painted by art-teacher Gerardo Hernández Áreas, along with some of his painting students.
Medicine uses the term “emia” to indicate the values of chemical substances that are measured in blood (for example anemia or cholesterolemia). Thus, the “A’s” in alegremía represent the basic life-elements we need: aire (air), agua (water), alimento (food), arte (art), amor (love), albergue (housing), and aprendizaje (learning).
Take a look and see if you can find the symbols painted in the mural.