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Mission Statement

Hope Center for the Arts transforms the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities through the arts.


Hope Center for the Arts is a multi-faceted fine arts program for adults with intellectual disabilities designed to serve individuals showing talent, interest or motivation in the arts. The teaching staff consists of artists, performers, and creative arts therapists who bring a collaborative approach to working with this special population. We believe that individuals with intellectual disabilities have value and deserve opportunities, acceptance, and respect.





Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Hope Center for the Arts?

by Hillary R. (August 26, 2014)
The moment I walked through the doors, I could feel something special among the students and staff of Hope University. The environment is so bubbly and happy; everyone makes you feel welcome and appreciated. The tasks given are fun and sometimes pleasantly challenging for the artist or creative mind. It feels great to be able to use your creative skills to help out such an amazing program! I have grown so much as an artist, as a student dedicated to becoming an art therapist, and simply as an individual. I had never worked with the intellectually disabled, and this was a wonderful way to begin. The students are definitely the best part of the experience: they are wonderful to interact with, to have a laugh with, and they unknowingly challenge you to see the world in a new light. I have learned so much from just a few trips and so can you; If you love people, appreciate art and have a passion for learning, Hope is the place for you:)
by Cindy S. (November 11, 2013)
Disneyland is right down the street, but I'd beeline over to Hope U any day. The students can't help but be filled to the brim with personality, and the staff is kind and patient. The environment is casual and laid-back with lots of jokes thrown back and forth between the student-staff lines. This was my initiation into volunteering and interacting with people with intellectual disabilities and I couldn't ask for a better experience. If you're interested in spending time with colorful characters in an even more colorful environment, Hope is the place for you.
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