The Interdependence Hexagon Project #5, created by the efforts of individuals residing in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, and (Butwal) Nepal

The Interdependence Hexagon Project #5, created by the efforts of individuals residing in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, and (Butwal) Nepal

The Interdependence Hexagon Project #5, created by the efforts of individuals residing in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, and (Butwal) Nepal

The Interdependence Hexagon Project #5, created by the efforts of individuals residing in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, and (Butwal) Nepal
Title: Interdependence, Education, Prevention
Theme: Interdependence / Community
Materials & Techniques Used: Markers, Paint, Collage
Organizer: Beth Burkhauser

Participants: Students grades 4th, 5th, and 12th 

Artist – Rhythem Pradhan from the Siddhartha English Boarding School 
Gomti Thapa, Teacher
Dingarnagar, Butwal, Nepal

Artist – Sadie Haynes from Alton Darby Elementary School 
Mya Fannon and Mrs. Andrews, Teachers
Hillaird, Ohio 

Artist – Faye Barry from South Middle School
Emily Cook, Teacher
Arlington Heights, Illinois 

What is your artwork about? 
The Earth and Moon show their feelings and questions about people on Earth.

Let the children feel FREE through education in their earth home!

Starvation, Hunger and Poverty are realities that we must work togheter to eliminate!

Did your group enjoy working on this project? 
The Earth and Moon work came from a 5th grade teacher who explored the “Golden rule.” Fantastic!

In Nepal, there is a great need for good public education as expressed.

The “Stop” theme was developed in a middle school within Social Studies and Art integrated unit. Students are very motivated when working on this.

Do you have any other ideas of projects the IFC could do? 
Create a “Virtual Globe Exhibition” using all the combined social Justice Projects in the Visual Arts! All images could be cropped into hexagons that would organically cover the globe. Click on each one and read about it. Could expand over time.