The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza was built by conclusion of the Thousand Oaks City Council and opened the theatres for their initial term in October 1994. The compound, with the parking configuration, is owned by the City of Thousand Oaks and is operated by the City’s Theatres Department. Thousand Oaks City Hall and a 5-acre park are also located here.
Board of Governors
The Board of Governors administrator name is the Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center Board of Governors. This body is agreed by the Thousand Oaks City Council; connection includes five members selected by existing City Council members and one at-large Council-appointed part as well as council from the Alliance for the Arts five members, inveterate by the City Council, one diplomat from the Thousand Oaks Arts Commission, one representative from the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, one spokesperson from the Friends of the Civic Arts Plaza and one representative-at-large from the Alliance for the Arts. As a City Council-appointed body, the Board of Governors advises the City Council on the topic of finance, operations and policy of the theatres.
The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation
The Foundations administrator forename is the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation, 3 non-profit associations. Just as the Thousand Oaks City Council also serves as Directors of the Citys Redevelopment Agency, members of the Board of Governors also dish up as the Board of Directors of the non-profit Foundation. The Foundation sponsors the theater arts indoctrination and didactic tricks at the Civic Arts Plaza.
The Alliance for the Arts
The Alliance for the Arts is the envoy non-profit fundraising arm of the Civic Arts Plaza, soliciting and uncomplaining help for the Civic Arts Plaza theatres in carry of operations and defense during the advance of a $15 million gift fund and for special programs and edifying measures split gift funds. Major donors $50,000 are members of the Founders Circle. The Alliance is a establishment operated by a unpaid subordinate Board of Directors, with an Executive Director and headquarters staff to be start in office legroom on-site.
Friends of the Civic Arts Plaza
The Friends of the Civic Arts Plaza, bent by City Council all from launch to end the Plazas first year of maneuver, is an all-volunteer union which provides prop up to the Theatres Department. A primary function of this establishment is the Volunteer Usher curriculum, consisting of 400 volunteers, which complements the City Theatres Department staff to provide quality live arts experiences to concert patrons. Other volunteer opportunities include office angels, kindness, gift shop, connection and more.