10 Years of OC3!


Join us as we rewind and celebrate 10 years of Oak Cliff Cultural Center!

Oak Cliff Cultural Center has provided quality arts and culture programming for over 10 years. We are excited to celebrate and hope to have you join the fun as we “replay” OC3’s biggest hits through workshops, performances, and more.

ABOUT OAK CLIFF CULTURAL CENTER
Oak Cliff Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Arts & Culture. It opened in August of 2010 replacing the old Ice House Cultural Center at a new location purchased by the City of Dallas.

Since 2010, the Oak Cliff Cultural Center has served over 200,000 patrons while providing over 7,000 arts and cultural services. OC3 has fostered the growth of several successful arts programs and organizations including Alegre Ballet Folklorico, Cuicani In Xochitl Aztec Dance Group, Cara Mia Theatre and the School of Yes! Summer Camp, Prism Movement Theatre, La Rondalla Guitar Program, La Virgen de Guadalupe Annual Art Exhibit, and the Oak Cliff Dia de Muertos Festival to name a few.

We are excited to celebrate with you and hope to see you on August 28th and/or at a workshop celebrating 10+ years of arts, culture, and Oak Cliff Cultural Center.

 

Click on the tabs below to learn more about how we’re celebrating 10+ years of arts, culture, and Oak Cliff Cultural Center!

We’re sharing our favorite OC3 memories weekly on our social media platforms and we’d love to share YOURS too!

Oak Cliff Cultural Center block party (2014)
Submitted by: Dominique Fleming
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