A couple friends have some space available here in Santa Ana. Please contact them directly as we do not have any more information than is available here. 2 Bedroom House for Rent in Washington Square by Ben Walker for $2200/month 475 Square Foot Gallery/Studio in Santiago Arts District by Micah Kersh for $900/month
It has been said, that the best art comes from a place of pain. I believe this is true. Lately though, I have been broadening my view of just what constitutes art and how to best be inspired. In the midst of the pain of the abuse, drugs, violence, gangs, and a lack of positive models […]
You all know that 511 is a huge part of my life. When I am not hanging out with creative and passionate folks who want to make a difference here in Santa Ana, I have a few other places that I invest my time. I am on the small team that helps lead Laundry Love […]
I absolutely love this idea. Anyone down? Guerilla Gardeners from Dario Nucci on Vimeo.
Check out the About 511 page as its been updated to reflect our discussions from the past month. If anyone has any thoughts, concerns or suggestions feel free to email email@example.com It has been a spectacular time to dialogue and focus in on who we are as a community. If you haven’t been a part […]
A couple of weeks ago we launched a new series of conversations centered around dreams and goals. Last week we had an incredible time centered around the difference between a dream and a goal and what our goals for 511 are. This week the conversation took a look at what is involved in meeting a […]
I am a week behind on getting this out, but we have been talking about Dreams and Goals at the Gypsy Den on Sunday nights. For those who haven’t hung out with us, besides inviting you to join us, I wanted to let you know it is an open format where we all bring our […]
A friend recently shared this story regarding his experience with 511. All names have been changed. When we first started 511, we talked about how it would be a platform for expression. Where we could hear stories from the community, not to assume what was needed, but just be able to listen and move together. […]