The Voice of the Arts
ACCV MEMBER SHOWCASE
Conejo Gem and Mineral club was founded in 1971, and is a member of both the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies.
The mission of CVYO is to inspire youth through music: to enrich the current and future lives of young musicians through the unique experience of orchestral music.
Founded in 2019, the Phoenix Family Performing Art Collaborative is a nonprofit organization in Ventura county that provides a platform for local mothers and daughters who are fascinated by Chinese classical dance and dream of becoming graceful dancers. We are led by Art Director Phoebe Li, a well-known Chinese classical dancer/teacher who has served our community for many years.
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RECENT News and UpdateS
Attention Conejo Valley Arts Community,
We would like to notify any and all Arts Organizations and local artists that the Arts Council of Conejo Valley - The Voice of the Arts - has added an Artist Resources page with National, State and Regional agency info that can provide possible financial resources to our artist community. Check it out.
Check out the new ACCV - The Voice of the Arts YouTube page and the new ARTCAST 2023 videos featuring local multi-cultural artist of the Conejo. Check back regularly as we add more content in support of Member events.
Keep up to date on local Art events in our community. Read more at ART NEWS from the ACCV.
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.
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The ACCV Office is located at:
403 W. Hillcrest Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Google Phone: 1 (323) 763-1424
Business Mailing Address:
Arts Council of the Conejo Valley
P.O. Box 7043 Westlake Village, CA 91359
Galleria is open for viewing during normal business hours from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
MON to SAT (Closed on Sunday)
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