Hexagon Project

Celebrating Connection, Collaboration and Creation within the Community

The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, it is connection and social bonding. Johann Hari, British Writer/Journalist The Hexagon Project had the pleasure of participating in an event in late October called “Stop the Stigma: A Wellness Recovery Festival” hosted by New Roots Recovery Support Center at King’s College, along with more than a dozen …

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Picture This: Hexagon Project Gains International Attention in Art Magazine

We are so proud that our organization, along with local educators, are featured in the eBook entitled “Learning Through Art: International Pictures of Practice.” After two years of compilation, this book has been published by the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA). As the title suggests, InSEA aimed to make this a very visual …

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Celebrate Global Interdependence with Art and Improv Activities in Scranton

Imagine making a friend on the other side of the world because of a shared passion for art. That is the connection that one woman in Scranton has with a teacher and artist who immigrated to the United States from Nigeria.  This is one example of the power of art and the interconnectedness realized through …

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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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