The Victorian Sponsors Non-Profit, Rewrite Beautiful Art Show

The Victorian of Newport Beach is proud to be a leader ineating disorder treatment. The best counselors, therapist, art therapist, dietitians and support staff have put The Victorian on the map for outstandingtreatment and recovery. Now, The Victorian is leading the way in eating
disorder prevention. Last Saturday night The Victorian was a proud sponsor of
the Rewrite Beautiful 1st Annual Art Show TELEIOS. The Art Show was
a fundraiser for the non-profit to continue their Street Art Workshopsthat
change how girls see beauty in themselves and prevent eating disorders. All of
the art work for the show was created with the Rewrite Beautiful vision in
mind, “Beauty in women is found in ACTIONS of Creativity, Kindness and
Strength.” Check out some of the art from the evening:

Artist: Felicidad de Lucas
Artist: Elana Cherin
Artist: Cory Hill
Artist: Sunny Siu
Artist: Sunny Siu


Artist: Sunny Siu

Gallery attendants were invited to ‘Rewrite Beautiful’ for themselves…. Check out some of their work….

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A Poet Nomad Ali, Correy Adam’s Rabble Family Band and Moonsville Collective put some awesome tunes through the gallery….


Correy Adam's Rabble Family Band


Rewrite Beautiful will be coming to The Victorian and Sober
Living by the Sea
in early September to do a Street Art Workshop with our
women. Check back soon for pictures from the workshop.

We hope it inspires you to know that there are artists,
musicians, women, men, children and strangers off the street who are passionate
about preventing eating disorders. You have a ton of people rooting for yourrecovery. We hope you join us at The Victorian get recovery for yourself and
pass that recovery on and prevent eating disorders from happening to someone


Happy Recovery,



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