Bell Arts Factory, with the Museum of Ventura County presents
A book reading, signing and Q&A with author, Craig Werner, of
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War
Thursday, March 17th at 7PM
Contact Moses Mora at 805-643-1960 for more information.
This event was made possible, in part, through a grant from the City of San Buenaventura’s Parks, Recreation and Community Partnerships Department.
Join us at Bell Arts Factory this Friday as Bell Arts Yoga presents: If Your Heart Could Speak, What Would It Say? YOGA to LIVE MUSIC in our Community Room! Class begins at 6:30. Come experience your Bell Arts Yoga instructors. Suggested $5 donations go to the Scholarship for Healing. Bring your own mat.
Come for yoga, stay for art, food & fun!
FOOD TRUCK, KELSEY’S FUDGE & GUEST ARTIST, BROC ELLINGER TOO!
Calling All Bell Arts Factory Supporters!
Many of you have already contributed to Bell Arts Factory through our Bell Ringer campaign, and we are so grateful for all of the support. And while the Bell Ringer campaign is still going strong, we’d like to share with you another way you can support our organization with something you are probably doing anyway- buying on Amazon.com.
Here at Bell Arts Factory we are so grateful for all of your support this far in 2015. Your donations have made a substantial impact here on Ventura’s Westside. We have raised over $6000 this year and donations are still coming in!
This holiday season, we are asking season to consider Bell Arts Factory for your holiday donations for #GivingTuesday and for the month of December. This is to join our team of Bell Ringers who support Bell Arts Factory with a donation of $10 a month. This contribution helps us keep the lights on and continue to house community programs like:
Free after-school art classes
Community development meetings
Low-cost/donation based wellness classes (Yoga, Tai-Chi and Zumba)
The Roving Arts Forum
Scott Gordon is a visual artist whosemulti-layered mixed media paintings explore the relationship between fragmentation and wholeness, chance and order and fiction and fact. A Californian by birth, he received his Masters degree in painting from California State University in Northridge. His work is included in numerous public and private collections worldwide. He is represented by galleries in both California and Texas. He likes to spend his free time coaxing oceans of sound from his computer.
If you know the Ventura Arts Community, good chances are you know MB Hanrahan. If you are in or around Bell Arts Factory, you definitely know her. Her famous “Shadow Garden” imagery decorates our building and can be seen around town. Over this past Summer, she raised Ventura into the international level through her collaboration with Cuban artist Pedro Pulido when they created the Havana to Ventura mural.
We’ve been luck enough to have MB and her Universe here at Bell Arts Factory since the beginning. She was vital in everything coming together for us, with her tenancy leading the way for other accomplished artists to come in. This month, we are excited to honor MB as our Featured Artist. We will be showcasing her work in our lobby for October’s First Friday.