TOArts is the nonprofit fundraising and presenting partner of the Bank of America Performing Arts Center at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
Our mission: TOArts enriches lives and strengthens the fabric of the community through arts education and the presentation and support of visual and performing arts at the Bank of America Performing Arts Center and beyond. Our guiding vision is to support a community “Where the Arts Thrive for All.”
TOArts’ core programs are:
- TOArts Presents: uplifts the community by presenting world-class artists and headliners; presenting over 40+ shows a year with artists like Chicago, National Geographic Speaker Series, Ringo Starr etc.
- Kids and the Arts transforms the lives of youth through arts exposure and education
- Dr. Raymond M. Olson Performing Grants supports the dreams of local artists by subsidizing the cost of renting the theatre for local nonprofit performing arts groups.
- AccessArts: supporting local school districts to provide equal access to high-quality sequential arts education to elementary schools.
For more information please visit www.toarts.org or find us on social media Facebook/Instagram @ThousandOaksArts and TOArts_ on Twitter
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are the list of subjects to be discussed at the meeting. According to the California Ralph M. Brown Act, only topics listed on the public agenda can be discussed at that particular meeting so citizens are notified of the subject of the meeting. Action Minutes are the official record of business conducted at TOARTS Board meetings.
Regular Meeting Agendas and staff reports are available for review at the Cultural Affairs Department, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Thousand Oaks (main agenda posting location pursuant to the Brown Act, G.C. 54954.2(a)) a minimum of 72 hours prior to the meeting.
Special Meeting Agendas are posted a minimum of 24 hours in advance.
TOARTS regular Board meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month and are held in the City’s Acorn Room.