Works by one of the world’s most widely recognized and acclaimed photographers will go on view as part of a limited engagement at the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO). “In Focus: Ansel Adams Highlights from Lawrence Janss Collection” features several of the artist’s iconic photographs, on loan from entrepreneur, community leader and CMATO Board of Directors member, Larry Janss.
California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) is pleased to announce the opening of a new media exhibition, Strings: Data and the Self. Curated by ArtSlant Senior Editor Joel Kuennen and Riccardo Zagorodnev, Strings: Data and the Self crystallizes the conversations surrounding self representation in the age of Big Data through the work of 5 artists who share a concern for the manner in which data increasingly determines our behavior, our interactions, and our overall relationship to the self.
Sleight of hand, mind reading and comedy magic plus original art is featured in “Tony Clark and his Magical Odyssey” presented by the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks on July 22, 23, and 24, 2016.
Thousand Oaks, CA – The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks, a non-profit organization that is committed to serving a diverse audience through the exhibition, interpretation, and exploration of the fine and design arts, has selected new Board of Director officers for 2016-2017.
In the last 100 years, Vincent Van Gogh has been one of the most well-known post-impressionist artists. On May 11, at 7 pm, Devi Ormond, J. Paul Getty associate conservator of paintings, will provide an insightful overview of his life, particularly his use of color in his paintings and his relationship with other artists.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) is presenting an art demonstration, “Illuminating the Past” with artist, historian and lecturer Sylvana Barrett on Saturday, April 9, 2016, from 2:00 – 4:00 pm at the CMATO Operations Center at 1948 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks.
We’re off to see the Wizard of Oz on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 2:00 p.m at the Conejo Players Theatre. CMATO has booked the entire theatre for a family-friendly special performance of the “Wizard of Oz”. An after-show reception follows the show with special activities and themed treats for children and scrumptious food and beverages for adults.
California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks Speaker Series Presents “Andy Warhol: Life and Legends” with guest speaker Michael Zakian, on Wednesday, February 17, 2016, 7:00 p.m. at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts Community Room.
While the opening of the California Museum of Art-Thousand Oaks is still years away, supporters are pursuing a more immediate goal: They’re setting up an interim location that will offer art exhibits and programs.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) Speaker Series presents “Speaking with Trees: Contemporary Wood Art” with Kevin Wallace, Director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Hillside Center for the Arts.
The work of metal sculptor Betty Gold will be presented in the inaugural exhibition of the newly renovated California Museum of Art Thousand OaksOperations Center from Sat., Sept. 19 through Sun., Nov. 2.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) opens its fall Speaker Series with Dr. Bruce Robertson presenting an illustrated talk on “Georgia O’Keefe: Place, Nature, Art”. Dr. Robertson is a professor and Director of the Museum of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
What was once a Taco Bell and later a wine bar is now officially the operations center for the planned California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks. A new sign announcing the change was put up last week letting passers-by know that a fine arts museum is on the way.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks will present a free lecture by paintings conservator and art restorer Bita Klemm at 6:30 p.m. Wed., Nov. 5 in the Grant Brimhall Library community room, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks.
At first blush, you’d think the yarns that John Buxton from Texas spins are tall tales, like the one about the little black dress found in 1997 that Marilyn Monroe was sewn into for 1959’s “Some Like It Hot” -- estimated to be worth $250,000 but later to sell at auction for far more. But the “Tales From the Road” that Buxton tells are part of television’s popular PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow.” The Emmy-nominated series is described on its website as “part adventure, part history, and part treasure hunt,” launched in 1997 with Buxton and other appraisers.