Hope Center for the Arts

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

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Who We Are

We are a multi-faceted visual and performing arts program designed to serve individuals discovering and displaying their talent, interest and motivation within the arts. Our program is excited to offer our artists a variety of classes for everyone to reach their full potential

What We Do

HOPE serves adults aged twenty-two years and above with developmental and intellectual disabilities such as, but not limited to:  Autism, Down Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, Savant Syndrome among many others.

Why We Do It

Over the years this dream of HOPE has given almost 600 Artists with Intellectual Disabilities the opportunity to pursue their love of music and/or art, promoting a sense of honor and dignity in  their work, all while inviting the community to recognize their Awesome Abilities.

How We Do It

Over the years this dream of HOPE has given almost 600 Artists with Intellectual Disabilities the opportunity to pursue their love of music and/or art, promoting a sense of honor and dignity in  their work, all while inviting the community to recognize their Awesome Abilities.

Acton, Cathy

Cathy Acton sings with the Hi Hopes band, and is blessed with a voice that can easily transition between pop music and opera.

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Aldaz, Miguel

Miguel loves an artistic challenge. Often choosing highly detailed and intricate imagery, including Egyptian iconography as well as modern figurative form
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Anderson, Arlene

Arlene’s touch is as delicate as her eyes. The artist relies on reference material depicting the human form but the image becomes transformed through her process of drawing and painting
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Anderson, Arlene

Arlene’s touch is as delicate as her eyes. The artist relies on reference material depicting the human form but the image becomes transformed through her process of drawing and painting
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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
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HI HOPES

Paul sings

Paul sings  is the drummer for the Hi Hopes.

Ron Langloe

Ron is an autistic musical savant who plays many instruments,

Carl Hough

Carl is a musical savant with perfect pitch and a highly trained ear

HOPE Center for the Arts
 
121 S. Citron Street
Anaheim, CA 92805-3633
Office Number: (714) 778-4440
E-Mail: info@hope4arts.org

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Our Mission

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

Our Mission: Through the arts, we transform the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities.
Support our MissionBecome a HOPE Artist
Hope Center for the Arts is a project of the Hi Hopes Identity Discovery Foundation, Inc., a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization
Vendor Code H23063Tax Id # 99-3330221

HOPE Testemonials

The work I’ve seen by the students, including Emma, is just wonderful  Danielle Robillard

HOPE Is a wonderfully inspiring place filled with love that needs your support! Cathy Collins

This should happen everywhere. Keep up the wonderful work. Art the universal connector. Dex Hannon

Hope Center for the Arts

121 South Citron Street, Anaheim, CA 92805
info@hope4arts.org
714- 778 – 4440

 

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