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The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley enriches the community by advancing the cultural vitality of the Conejo Valley region.
The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley (ACCV) was established in 1969. During its nearly four decade span, the ACCV has gone through extensive changes in its programs and services. Established as a regional federation of arts organizations formed to promote the community's cultural development, the ACCV has evolved into a membership support agency that also delivers and co-sponsors many programs. Member services include marketing, technical assistance, lowered rent at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts (Hillcrest), and insurance coverage at the Hillcrest and the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery. Recently, it has established The Galleria at the Hillcrest, with rotating art exhibits. Its office is located 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 two major partners - the City of Thousand Oaks and the Conejo Recreation and Park District. And as a support agency, the ACCV's central goal - to strengthen the cultural community of the Conejo Valley region - is about partnership with its member organizations.