OC3- Oak Cliff Cultural Center
223 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75208
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An exhibition featuring works by Dallas and North Texas-area artists. Artists in the show include: Thomas Alonso, Jessica Apel, Iris Bechtol, Carley Blackman-Yonkman, Rebecca Boatman,...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Daniel Yanez (DYI), AZNmike, Raymon Butler, and Robert S. Garza.
Concrete Jungle: DNA + Genetics is a multi-dimensional photography exhibit defining what it means to be an “urban Indian”.
A group exhibition exploring concepts of identity and how we define the world around us. The show features works by Tina Medina, Johnathon Foster, and Iris...Read More
A show of photographs and sculptures by artist Peter Hiatt. The artist on his work: “The photographs that I make show a world that is as...Read More
An exhibition by Rachel Muldez. In her work, Muldez is inspired by and uses natural elements that she collects and reimagines.
An exhibition featuring fiber art, sound and video installations, dance, and fashion. Artists include: Chesley Antoinette, Lily Taylor, Sean Miller, Ashley Ragsdale & Layla Brent, and Nic Moore & Cantoinette.
An exhibition curated by Houston photographer and writer Sebastien Boncy. The show features works by Veronica Melwanders, Kimberly Pivaral, Tara Rios, Patricia Rodriguez Mayo, and Kristina Smith.
An exhibition celebrating traditional Mexican clothing.
An exhibition of works that combine nuances of religion and culture in the Philippines and the United States.
Emmy award-winning journalist Edén Soto Alva is also a photographer, and this show of photographs documents his travels through Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia,...Read More
Houston artists in Dallas! Featuring Tudor Mitroi, Patrick Turk, Patrick Renner, Julon Pinkston, Kelli Vance, Megan Spacek, Jim Nolan, Emily Peacock, Sebastien Boncy, Julie DeVries,...Read More
The Oak Cliff Cultural Center presents austere measures, an exhibition of emerging artists from the DFW and Houston area. The exhibit will feature artworks in...Read More
Dallas’ newest cultural space, The Oak Cliff Cultural Center, presents XXI: Conflicts in a New Century. Curated by Charles Dee Mitchell and Cynthia Mulcahy, examines...Read More