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The Voice of the Arts

COVID-19 Update

Dear Conejo Valley Arts Community,


We would like to notify any and all Arts Organizations that have not already heard of two stimulus programs directed at the Arts.  The first is a California Program directed at individuals and awards $1000 to those that qualify.  For more information, please visit ( 

The second is a National program and awards up to $5000 for those in need.  Please visit for more information on that.

And finally, we would like to encourage Artists to go to and help to lobby for a Bill in Congress directed at further funding for Arts Organizations in this difficult time.

We hope everyone is finding a way through this difficult time, staying safe, and keeping their art alive!  

Music in the schools, theater for kids and community, local artists in galleries!  Your donation goes 100% to the arts. 


Young Artists Ensemble is a 28 year member of the Arts Council and has grown from a small group providing theatrical opportunities to children into a group that today produces a Family Theatre Season, a Teen Drama and a Teen Summer Musical every year.  Young Artists Ensemble serves children between the ages of 10 and 19, and has also directly influenced a theatre group made up entirely of YAE alumni.  Young Artists Ensemble has been a true boon to children, families and to the arts of the Conejo Valley.  For more information, please visit their site below.


Programs and Collaborations

Uniting with the Community

Elementary Band and String Program
Elementary Chorus Program
Legacy Scholarship Fund
Young Artists Ensemble
Conejo Cottontails
Summer Concert in the Park Series
Hillcrest Center for the Arts


The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley (ACCV) was established in 1969. During its over four decade span, the ACCV has gone through extensive changes in its programs and services. Established as a regional Federation of Arts organization that was formed to promote the community’s cultural development, the ACCV has evolved into a membership support agency that also delivers and co-sponsors many cultural programs. Member services include marketing, technical assistance workshops and lowered rent at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts.


The ACCV has a history of successful partnerships in the community. It has joined forces and worked toward a common goal with three major partners – the City of Thousand Oaks, the Conejo Recreation and Park District and the Conejo Valley Unified School District.  The Arts Council in collaboration with Art Trek created the Conejo Cottontail project to  promote public art throughout the community.



The ACCV Office is located at:
403 W. Hillcrest Drive

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360


Phone: (805)-381-1244



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