The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) will provide a world-class cultural experience for visitors and locals alike. Artists, educators, lovers of art, tourists, students and the general public will appreciate the world-class exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, photography, music, drama and dance. CMATO will be located at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, west of City Hall and the Performing Arts Center.
Until the new museum is completed, CMATO will operate at its interim museum space next to (west of) the Civic Arts Plaza at 1948 Thousand Oaks Boulevard,. This interim space houses a small multi-purpose gallery in the front portion of the building and office space area in the back.
The location is free of charge to visit and is open Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 4pm.
The museum features 20th and 21st century art exhibitions of varied mediums as well as demonstrations and children's education programs. Additionally, the CMATO Speaker Series takes place at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts in Thousand Oaks.
To learn more, visit cmato.org.