Hexagon 2020 Registration Now Open!

To our Hexagon Project Teachers and Community in 2020: COVID-19 has affected us also. Our Eastern Regional Exhibition is on hold until further notice. Jurying details will be forthcoming. June 30 deadline still stands.  Read below for upload news and instructions. How to participate in HP 2020 We are asking you to upload your students’ …

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Connecting Amidst Difficulties: PA to Uganda – Members Share COVID-19 Commonalities

Meet two teachers, one, an art teacher from a Charter School in Pennsylvania and the other a part-time teacher in the Masaka District in Uganda. At this time, there are only 227 cases and no deaths reported in Uganda, however, the lock-down is creating great hardship on people in poverty who work day-to-day for income …

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Post Your Hexagons to Instagram and Tag #HexagonProject2020

The Hexagon Project is about expressing themes of connection and interdependence through hexagon-shaped artwork. We encourage you to express yourself about all the themes of interdependence as we always have, but now we’re asking you to share your experience with the Corona Virus and the changes to your life. By posting hexagons on Instagram using …

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Making Connections Amidst Difficulties: Members Share COVID-19 Commonalities and Challenges

Recently Irene Lantz, one of the teachers participating in the Hexagon Project, wrote to us about her experience dealing with the global COVID-19 pandemic. Her message follows: When we were last in school my NAHS students were working on their Hexagons. We were to have a meeting the last day we were in school but …

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Spreading Hope Amidst Difficulties: Members Share COVID-19 Commonalities

During these days of disruption and disconnection, it has been a pleasure to connect with some of our teachers who have participated in the past and find how they are coping.  We begin with the Katagiri sisters. Meet Our Japanese Twin Sister Teachers The Hexagon Project has been fortunate to have two teachers, Aya Katagiri, …

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COVID-19 and the Hexagon Project: How to Make Hexagonal Images for Instagram

Can you help provide a CREATIVE stream of CONNECTION and COMMUNICATION in these DIS-connected times? The Interdependence Hexagon Project is reaching out to anyone who believes that we must stay connected. That human connection can blossom in diverse ways in times like these. That, through our Art, we can tell an expressive, progressive story of …

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Hold Your Own Exhibit!

Eileen Healey, art teacher at Abington Heights High School in Clarks Summit, PA, recently presented a local Hexagon Project exhibit featuring hexagon-shaped artworks created by her students. Any school or community is invited to do the same. Samples shown include two-dimensional work from Ms. Healey’s Creative Expressions class and three-dimensional sculptured pieces from her Ceramics …

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Diversity Makes Us Great

Six Ways to Stop the Racist in You

Are You Biased? Here are some deep research-based practices for every-day consideration PLUS, at bottom, some links to articles on big ideas and global issues which may lead to action in the world. What are the implications of this new way of thinking and conceptualizing brain function for our understanding of prejudice—and how can we …

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Recognition Event in Butwal, Nepal on January 4,2020

Moving Forward!

Our good friends and partners in Butwal, Nepal [southern Nepal] have just completed their Regional Recognition Event at Manimukunda College, Butwal.  Mr. Tuk Bahadur Chhetri, President, welcomed Mrs. Marianne Milks and Dr. Carl Milks, visiting from the United States, who assisted in the presentation of awards to the many students who participated from Everest English …

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