Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
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|Address||2100 Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Thousand Oaks, California
|Owner||City of Thousand Oaks|
|Operator||City of Thousand Oaks|
|Type||Performing arts center|
|Capacity||Fred Kavli Theatre: 1800
Janet and Ray Scherr Forum Theatre: 400
The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza is a performing arts center and City Hall for the city of Thousand Oaks, California. City Hall includes Planning and Building Department, City Works and other city departments. Constructed in 1994 at cost of $63.8 million, the site was formerly Jungleland. The project was designed by AIA Gold Medal architect Antoine Predock in combined Postmodern and Modern architecture styles including a large sculptures mounted to the sides of the building.
The New West Symphony is the resident orchestra of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. They are also resident orchestra of the Oxnard Performing Arts Center and Santa Monica's Barnum Hall.
In 2015, an operations center for a proposed California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks opened on a city owned parcel next to the plaza.
- "Civic Arts Plaza". Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Retrieved 2017-09-26.
- Wendy Leung (February 27, 2015). "With sign up, organizers get to work on Thousand Oaks art museum plans". Ventura County Star.
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