About Elba


Enjoy Life by Art (ELBA) strives to provide young people the opportunity to truly experience the pervading impact of art through various community service opportunities. Our primary mission is to help our students learn through companionship, closely working with people with mental and physical disabilities or illnesses, addictions, or traumas, to gain a broader perspective on life and an appreciation for art and its therapeutic qualities. We hope that by spreading the joy of art, we can help overcome personal adversities to understand and rekindle the meaning of enjoying life.

Board Member Directory

Name(position) School Grade
Co President: Irene Son Beckman High School 11th
Co President: Ashley Suh Beckman High School 11th
Vice President: Rose Sun Mater Dei High School 11th

Art Schedule

1st session 2nd session 3rd session 4th session 5th session
DIY mug designing collage – express yourself cookie decoration Multi medium mandalas Multi medium mandalas / start clay sculpting
Materials needed: White Mug, different colors of sharpies Materials needed: different magazines, glue and paper Materials needed: DIY cookie decoration kits or prepare that Materials needed: Paper, beans, sand, straws, reference sheets, glue, etc. Materials needed: clay, newspapers
Let the seniors draw. design on the mug cups and bake the cups in the oven so that they will stay on Explain what collage art is then assist seniors to do the art to cut and paste things that they like on paper With cookies, let the seniors decorate on the cookies using sugar pastes With reference sheet guide the seniors to fill in the space with different materials Finish Mandala activity and with clay, show them examples and assist them sculpting simple shapes

Inn at Woodbridge

A senior apartment community which support seniors with various single or double room apartments. they have community entertainment room, clubhouse with piano and library, public transportation 24 hour maintenance. One resident comments, “I love living at Woodbridge…It’s almost like the Garden of Eden. What a wonderful place!”

(949) 651-8600

Asian American Senior Citizens

Missions statement: The Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to increasing the awareness of the needs of the Asian American elderly, assisting their access to essential health care and social services, and promoting a dignified living in the community.

(714) 560-8877

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