Welcome to our home page for HOPE Center for the Arts!

Ink on paper
by Miguel Aldaz

“Wooleyes is a group exhibition including several artists from United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Exceptional Children’s Foundation L.A., Hope Center for the Arts in Anaheim, and contemporary artists working throughout the United States

An artists’ reception for “Wooleyes” will take place at

UCPLA Washington Reid Gallery on

August 5th, from 6:00 to 9:00pm.


only $25/ticket

$30/at the Door

Smooth Sounds of Santana

‘Smooth Sounds of Santana’

UPCOMING HOPE Benefit Concert! Sept 8th, at the Delhi Center in Santa Ana, presenting the SMOOTH SOUNDS of SANTANA!
Bringing an electric Latin fusion of Blues, Rock and Jazz that is uniquely Santana – ONE night ONLY! Enjoy a night of incredible music & give to great cause, all proceeds go to HOPE. 

COME and see Arlene’s work and 21 other HOPE Artists! At the Good Luck Gallery in L.A. in the BEAUTIFUL summer group show


Summery Appeal

July 15 – August 27, 2017

 curated by


 Doug Harvey.

“A Devoted Couple”
watercolor, colored pencil on paper
by Arlene Anderson

Our Mission:  Through the arts, we transform the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities.


Would you like to learn more about us?

Performing Arts
Encourages all to express their individuality through Music, Dance and Drama culminating in live performances and/or mixed media projects.

Therapy Services
Supports the individual by facilitating therapeutic growth and helping them reach their full potential within the program.

Visual Arts
Offers a combination of studio instruction, exhibition opportunities, and fine craft production for our in house boutique, Hope Handmade; building self-esteem, fine and gross motor skills, cultivating community integration and social skills as well as building job and vocational skills.

Vocational/Life Enrichment
Vocational – Offers Artists opportunities to learn and experience more skills and training in the fields of the Performing and Visual Arts.

Life Enrichment – Delivers opportunities for maintaining core academic skills such as math and writing while presenting chances to learn more about diet and exercise through yoga, nutrition and dance classes.

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HOPE Center for the Arts.

Find information to apply for and attend HOPE

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Hope Center for the Arts is a project of the Hi Hopes Identity Discovery Foundation, Inc., a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization