Without large donations, Thousand Oaks art museum says it will close


The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks is on the verge of closing without immediate, large donations, museum officials say.

The California Museum of Artwork Thousand Oaks is on the verge of closing without having immediate large donations, museum officers say.

Nancy Chappell, chair of the museum’s board, stated Thursday that because of to the pandemic, the nonprofit has endured substantial revenue losses primarily mainly because it could no longer hold fundraising activities.

Except if the museum gets at minimum $250,000 in donations at once, it will near June 19, Chappell mentioned. A $250,000 infusion would address the museum’s running spending budget for a yr, she reported.

“With no sizeable money aid from the community and main private benefactors … impending closure is regrettably the only course forward,” she reported.

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The museum was recognized in 2009 and began displays in 2016 when it moved into a former Taco Bell creating in downtown Thousand Oaks owned by the city. 



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