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The Voice of the Arts
Dear Conejo Valley Arts Community,
During this difficult time, as our community is learning to deal with suddenly different working and living conditions, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley would like to share with you steps we have taken in response to the COVID-19 health crisis. The ACCV sends all of you our very best wishes and thoughts and hopes you are staying safe and healthy.
First, we want to let you know that we will be available to you, our member organizations to assist in any way we can. We’d like to start by asking you:
- How are you?
- What creative solutions during this COVID-19 season have you come up with?
- What help could be meaningful to you?
- Do you have any advice for other members or organizations you know of that are in need?
We’d like to gather this information to share with all of our members so that we can learn from each other as we manage through this crisis. Please respond if you can at my email below.
Second, due to the COVID-19 gathering restrictions, we are postponing and rescheduling all ACCV events originally scheduled through the end of May. They include:
“I Have A Story” Galleria Artists Reception (originally scheduled March 28)
Legacy Scholarship Reception – (originally scheduled April 25) The application deadline, which was extended, is now closed. Scholarship winners will be notified of their awards in time to be applied to the 2020-2021 academic year.
Arts Community Express events scheduled through May
Conejo Cottontail events
Conejo Arts Jubilee (originally scheduled May 18)
New dates will be announced once determined. Please feel free to reach me with any questions at 805.358.3708 or email@example.com.
We know this health crisis will resolve over time and look forward to when we can all gather together and experience all of the arts as a community again. Keeping our arts groups encouraged during this crisis will benefit everyone during the recovery that lies ahead.
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.
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