Local ART News in the Conejo Valley

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Come visit the Hillcrest Center Galleria

On display - Live in public - "The Gift of Art"

An art exhibit featuring eight local area Conejo Valley artist who clearly have the Gift of Art and want to share their works. It's is on display from November 19th until January 10th, 2022 at the Hillcrest Center.  The art was curated by Carol Roullard and one of our Members-at-Large, Connie Tunick. Check it out!

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Eight Conejo Valley youth's win the
Richard and Elaine Williams Legacy Awards
sponsored by the ACCV.

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Would you like to support some young, emerging artists? The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley is holding its "Hang with the Best" art show for 6th thru 12th grade students. The work submissions can be in oil, watercolor, photography and even 3D. The "Hang with the Best" program is open to all students in the Conejo Valley community. We usually give cash prizes in each category, but our awards fund has taken a beating during the COVID. Despite that we had a successful program in 2020 with over 100+ submissions. We want to continue in 2021 so we’re asking for you to help us. A donation of any amount would be greatly appreciated and can be done on-line right now. Take a look at our Programs page to see past winners. You’ll be amazed at the work these young talented artists create! The show begins on Jan. 18, 2022 with registration and the student submission. Once finalized, all work will be hung on display at the Hillcrest Center in Thousand Oaks until Feb. 15, 2022 and will complete with a reception and awards event. All information will be updated the website www.conejoarts.org.

Please view all the Student submissions who hung with Hang with the Best on the ACCV Presents - "The Voice of the Arts"  YouTube channel. The Hang with the Best 2022 art contest is getting ready to start soon. Read more here.

Other ACCV Scholarship ART Programs
Richard & Elaine Williams Legacy Scholarship 2021


Roya Alt, Executive Director of CMATO - The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks