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Tony Award-Winning Musical “Kinky Boots” Auditions Held At Moorpark College

Tony Award-Winning Musical “Kinky Boots” Auditions Held At Moorpark College

Moorpark, Calif. –The Moorpark College Theatre Arts Department will hold auditions for its spring 2022 production of the six-time Tony Award® Winning Best Musical “Kinky Boots.” Auditions for actors and musicians will be held Dec. 10-15 on campus. The play will run in March with evening and matinee performances. “We are overjoyed to be returning […]

TOArts’ Access Arts Program Announces $50,000 Available In Grants To Support Arts Education In Ventura County And Beyond

TOArts’ Access Arts Program Announces $50,000 Available In Grants To Support Arts Education In Ventura County And Beyond

(Thousand Oaks, CA) – September 14, 2021 – Thousand Oaks Arts’ (TOArts) AccessArts Grant Program is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year.     The AccessArts Grant Program intends to spur investments in providing high-quality arts education to elementary students of Ventura County and the cities of Westlake Village, Oak Park and Agoura Hills […]

Paint:Lab – $5 Coupon – Save on Classes and Supplies.

Paint:Lab – $5 Coupon – Save on Classes and Supplies.

  PAINT:LAB Save $5 on each class you sign up for or art supply purchase of $20 or more! This is an exclusive offer – save on any class virtual or in studio.  For virtual classes use code 5$off and for in studio savings either print the gift card below or show us on your phone. Sign […]

Paint:Lab – BOGO is Back! Virtual Classes Are Buy 1 Get 1 FREE!

Paint:Lab – BOGO is Back! Virtual Classes Are Buy 1 Get 1 FREE!

  PAINT:LAB BOGO is back for all streaming classes! Purchase any virtual class by July 10th & buy 1 get 1 free. Mix & match or sign two or more up in the same class. Sign up for as many classes as you would like by July 10th. Discount reflected at checkout. (If items are […]

Veterans in the Arts

Veterans in the Arts

“The arts, in my opinion, offer a non-stigmatized environment where veterans can choose their own method of healing, and can go and create what I call ‘post­traumatic strength.”‘- Nolen V. Bivens, Brigadier General, U.S. Army, Retired The California Arts Council offers financial support for arts projects that enrich the lives of our veterans and their families […]

Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

By George Miller At the 4-17-18 Oxnard City Council Meeting: Road paving plan to spend SB1 gas tax money on road work was approved, will be $3.4 million+ /year. It took an hour and a half to present and discuss the interesting downtown arts hub 5 year rough plan, some rules and approve it. Council […]

A Tribal Gathering at the Ventura County Fair

A Tribal Gathering at the Ventura County Fair

By Tim Pompey After all the heat and humidity that Ventura County has suffered during July and August, today is unusually cool and overcast. A welcome relief. To the fair goers clamoring up the stairs of my bus, the weather doesn’t seem to matter. The mood is upbeat. People are friendly. Kids are excited. Call […]

Ventura-based arts non-profits invited to apply by June 22, 2017 for Cultural Funding Program 2017-2018

Ventura-based arts non-profits invited to apply by June 22, 2017 for Cultural Funding Program 2017-2018

Applications and guidelines are now available online for the City of Ventura 2017-2018 Cultural Funding Program at www.cityofventura.net/cfp. Apply by Thursday, June 22, for the City of Ventura Office of Cultural Affairs 2017-18 Cultural Funding Program Grants. The program is open to any Ventura-based arts non-profit.  All organizations will be required to provide proof of […]

OC Literature and Arts and Lecture Series Spring 2017

OC Literature and Arts and Lecture Series Spring 2017

OXNARD COLLEGE: 4000 S. ROSE AVENUE, OXNARD, CA 93033 Sponsored by Oxnard College. For info, contact: SHELLEY SAVREN, [email protected] * 805.986.5800 x 1951 These events are FREE to the public and are interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing. Parking costs $2. A Once in a Lifetime Chance: Dr. David Carrasco, the Anthropologist and Historian of Religions from […]

Community invited to Oxnard’s first annual Cultural Arts Festival Aug. 13, 2016

Community invited to Oxnard’s first annual Cultural Arts Festival Aug. 13, 2016

Families, friends and neighbors are invited to Oxnard’s first annual Cultural Arts Festival featuring art and entertainment for people of all ages from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center (PACC), 800 Hobson Way. Admission is free. The event is a celebration of the visual artists, musicians, […]

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