Harmony Project is people — different faiths, different ethnicities, different backgrounds, different abilities, and different beliefs–practicing the powerful idea that the dissonance between us can be disrupted when people work together.
Harmony Project is art. Art is the catalyst for change — combating disinformation, shattering stereotypes, expanding cultural knowledge, and creating empathy for one another. Creativity fosters a shared space where people can embrace their differences and build social harmony.
Harmony Project is community, inspiring individuals to meet their own biases head-on. Neighbors and neighborhoods are engaged in service to forge a path toward a richer and more inclusive community. It takes more than one voice to live in harmony.
In September, Harmony Project will work with Five Sisters Productions, a Los Angeles-based production company, to produce a documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Bill Withers classic, Lean on Me.