Galleria

About the Galleria

Unexpected treasures await you atop the hill overlooking the Conejo Valley. Whether you are an artist, sculptor, or viewer of the arts, you will find a visit to the Galleria, sponsored by The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, well worth your time. There are more than one hundred linear feet in this contemporary, well lit exhibition space.

The Galleria is accepting entries from artists who wish to have their works considered for future ACCV shows. The Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, is located next to the National Parks Service Headquarters. The Hillcrest Center for the Arts, like the Arts Council, is part of the Conejo Recreation and Park District.

There are five invitational exhibits annually, which are under the direction of the Galleria Committee and rotating curators. Exhibits are thematic, and artists are selected based on the quality of work, theme relevance, and media. All submitted entries will be seriously considered. Shows are planned far in advance, and the final decision regarding artwork comes from the Galleria Curators.

Artists interested in participating in future exhibits and whose work is of professional quality may submit 4 – 6 digital images of recent works for consideration to cultural@crpd.org.

View the HCFA Galleria schedule here.