About OC3

Our Mission

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center (OC3) is committed to enriching and empowering the Dallas community through arts and culture programming that is equitable, diverse and encourages communication that supports and promotes local artists while nurturing knowledge and growth within the community.

Our Facility and Programs:

The Center includes an art gallery and a multi-purpose studio.

Presenting approximately 8-10 exhibitions yearly with accompanying programming including artist led workshops and guest lectures, the OC3 Gallery presents a diverse range of artistic approaches, mediums, and voices. Visit our Exhibitions page for information about current and future exhibitions. 

Our multi-purpose studio features workshops, art, music and dance classes, summer camps, cultural festivals and more for all ages. For more information on upcoming workshops and events visit our Programs page

Location and Hours:


JUNE 19 – JULY 15: CLOSED TO PUBLIC during School of Yes summer camp.  Appointments required. 

JULY 17-31: MONDAY – FRIDAY, 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is located next to the historic Texas Theatre on Jefferson Boulevard. We’re open Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. 

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture.