Tee Off for Tierra! 16th Annual Golf Tournament @ North Ranch Country Club
Apr 24 @ 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tee Off for Tierra! 16th Annual Golf Tournament @ North Ranch Country Club

Join us for a beautiful day of golf on Monday, April 24, 2023 at North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village!

The Ted Robinson designed course offers golfers of all levels an enjoyable day of golf on each of its Valley, Mountain, or Oaks courses, totaling 27 holes with spectacular views and impeccable greens.  Come early and check out the putting and chipping greens, practice bunker, and multi-level driving range.


The imperative funds raised at our tournament support and further our mission to continue championing inclusion and value for all people with disabilities.  We hope to see you on the green!

Tierra’s Online Auction! May 4-6th
May 4 – May 6 all-day

Participate in Tierra’s Online Auction!

Don’t miss out on your chance to win:   

Dodger Tickets 


Spa Treatments

Wine Tastings

Fine Dining

Family Fun Activities

And more!

Click here to register today and check out our auction items!


Artist Talk Kyle Johnson + jill moniz
Jun 24 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Artist Talk  Kyle Johnson + jill moniz

Artist Talk

Kyle Johnson + jill moniz

You’re Invited!

June 24 | 4-5:30 pm

Kyle Johnson: Working Man’s Hands

On view thru July 1


Happy 4th of July!
Jul 4 all-day
Happy 4th of July!

In observation of the Independence Day holiday, the offices of Tierra del Sol will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2023.

Wishing you all a safe, and wonderful, 4th!

Gallery Opening: Sarit Halo: It’s a Colorful World, Saturday, July 8 | 6-9 pm
Jul 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Sarit Halo: It’s a Colorful World
Opening Celebration: Saturday, July 8 | 6-9 pm
On view through September 2 at Tierra del Sol Gallery

Tierra del Sol Gallery is excited to present Sarit Halo: It’s a Colorful World, the artist’s debut solo exhibition. Halo merges worlds of memory and imagination in colorful mixed media portraits, interiors and landscapes. To create these playful yet serene works, Halo draws inspiration from source materials, searching for patterns and poses that she makes her own by adding elements from her dreams, faces from her community and distant villages from stories of her family’s life as Persian Jewish immigrants to the US. Halo’s figurative lens verges on abstraction while focusing on her relationship to her subjects, she wants her art to remind the viewer of interactions and moments with their own family.

It’s a Colorful World opens July 8 and runs through September 2, 2023. Join us in celebrating Halo’s extensive body of work in her first solo show on July 8, 6-8pm.

Happy Labor Day (Tierra Offices Closure)
Sep 4 all-day
Happy Labor Day (Tierra Offices Closure)

In observation of the Labor Day holiday, the offices of Tierra del Sol will be closed.  We wish you a wonderful and safe holiday.  We will resume regular operating hours on Tuesday, September 5, 2023.

Associates will need to check with their mentors and/or managers to determine if the services they receive are open for business on this holiday.

“Space is the Place” A Group Exhibition Curated by Alison Saar at Tierra del Sol Gallery
Sep 9 – Oct 28 all-day
“Space is the Place” A Group Exhibition Curated by Alison Saar at Tierra del Sol Gallery

September 9 – October 28, 2023


Tierra del Sol Gallery is proud to present Space is the Place, a group exhibition curated by Los Angeles-based artist Alison Saar. This is Saar’s first guest curator project with the gallery, and she has selected works by 19 artists from the Sunland and Upland studios.

Space is the Place is an iconic, Afrofuturist film and album by legendary Sun Ra. Saar’s work, while grounded in history, leans toward the cosmic and ethereal to investigate through lines of identity and place. She is influenced by Sun Ra’s music and celestial imagery, noting his defining quip “I dared to knock at the door of the cosmos.” She uses that vision as a curatorial portal for this exhibition and in her encounters with Tierra artists.

Saar is a multi-media artist who uses whatever tools and materials she needs to build her visual language. Similarly, for this exhibition, she brings into conversation a diverse selection of vibrantly colored paintings, drawings, tapestry, sculptures and assemblages that focus on galactic and earthly landscapes, as well as strong figures and structures that speak to dimensionality and movement. The otherworldliness of nearly 50 thematic works by 19 artists feels like vibing with something greater than the combination of artists, intentions and materials. Together these works are an experience with the speculative, an immersive journey through time and space where the perspective is as much about a willingness to be in the fullness of the moment as an aesthetic point of view. (Continued)

The journey is symbolic for Tierra del Sol Gallery, as Alison Saar’s Space in the Place is the last exhibition in the Chinatown gallery. The new location on Santa Monica Boulevard is an amalgamation of history, movement and visual theatre. Space in the Place expands Tierra’s geographic and demographic terrain and highlights the organization vision and momentum to recognize that regardless of disability or ability, all people can live lives of meaning and creativity to contribute to the greater good.

Space in the Place is on view September 9 – October 28, 2023. Please join us for an opening celebration on Saturday, September 9, from 6-9 pm.

Space is the Place Artists:

Leul Asfaw, Kevin Bermudez, John Boyer, Justin Braden, Patrick Dwyer, Chloe Isiah, Manuel Guerrero, Kyle Johnson, Tonmoy Khan, Thomas Lamb, Chelsea Lenninger, Ericka Lopez, Eric Lue, Dru McKenzie, John Peterson, Jeffrey Rinsky, Victor Rivera, Alex Trim, Isabel Vartanian

Life Planning Open Forum (webinar)
Sep 19 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Life Planning Open Forum (webinar)

Tierra families are invited to join us for an interactive chat with Julie Snyder, Tierra’s Life Planning Navigator

Link coming soon!

Pizza with a Purpose!
Sep 22 all-day
Pizza with a Purpose!
Visit California Pizza Kitchen on Wednesday, September 20th, and CPK will donate 20% of all food and beverage sales to Tierra!  Purchases include dining, take-out, catering, and online orders at CPK.com when you enter promo code: BACK20% at check out.



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Saving for the Future While Protecting Your Benefits
Oct 11 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Saving for the Future While Protecting Your Benefits

Michelle Wolf, Founding Executive Director of the Jewish Foundation of Los Angeles, will host this informative and interactive program.
Learn more about Special Needs Trusts, Pooled Trusts, and protecting your benefits.

Michelle Wolf has close to three decades of experience working in the Jewish, non-profit and governmental sectors, and with a focus on social services/special needs, and is uniquely positioned to provide the professional leadership to launch this program. She was previously the Transitions Coordinator at Bet Tzedek from 2012-2014, and in that position, she created a 42-member coalition of agencies intersecting the developmental disabilities and aging worlds. Previously, she was Director of the Caring for Jews in Need department at the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. She also writes a monthly column for the Jewish Journal on special needs/social services issues.