Bellas Artes

Budding artists of all ages received free Valentine’s Day-themed art supplies from the Bellas Artes program.

Participants in Bellas Artes, a free family program providing art materials and supplies to budding artists of all ages, received Valentine’s Day-themed supplies last week. Zoe Atkins, director and principal instructor for the program, designed and printed information cards to go along with the supplies and distributed them just in time for Valentine’s Day. 

Atkins has worked with Bellas Artes from the start of her career, helping to host many events at Dahlia Court in Carpinteria and bringing her skills to students, families and the larger community. Bellas Artes was founded in 2004 and is co-sponsored by the Carpinteria Arts Center and People’s Self Help Housing Corporation with funding from the Towbes Foundation and Martha Selfridge.

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