Hexagons are created throughout the school year and exhibited at a gallery space in Scranton, Pennsylvania, during the month of September. These exhibits make a powerful visual image of interdependent thought and action. The deadline for submissions is June 30with some exceptions. The Project awards recognition, through a jurying process, to outstanding examples of creative interpretation of the yearly theme or the theme of Interdependence. In the last 14 years, we have exhibited over 12,000 hexagons from more than 100 schools across North America, Africa, Australia, Europe and Asia. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 exhibit was virtual on www.Artsonia.com. Our international exhibit will remain virtual, but regional and school-wide exhibits are encouraged. Direct exposure within the communities in which the hexagons are created is of great importance. Community-building at the local level is part of our mission. 

We invite schools and communities to hold their own exhibits.  Please visit the How to Hold Your Own Hexagon Project Exhibit guide to hosting your own exhibit.