Andrew Voth, first Director of Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum, suffered a fatal heart attack on July 5th.

Andy Voth was Cultural Arts Supervisor and Museum Director from 1981 to 1994.

Andy Voth

Andy Voth

An entrepreneurial, renaissance man, Andy simultaneously pursued a host of interests from studio art, choral music, spiritual philosophies, to business. He established the Museum from the former Carnegie Cultural Arts Center and had the vision to add to the permanent collection traditional realism art at a time when only abstraction was in favor.

Voth wrote the Resolution for the City of Oxnard’s first Art in Public Places Program which he administered from1985-1997. Of the over hundred exhibits he hosted at the Carnegie, one of the ones he was proudest of bringing to Oxnard was

“The Art of Jonathan Winters” in summer of 1990, complete with the world famous comedian/artist himself. A Celebration of Life service will be held 1pm August 8th at the Ventura Center for Spiritual Living at 101 So. Laurel St.

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Carnegie Art Museum located on C street between Fourth and Fifth Streets from


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