Dallas is an expanding host of cultural centers. The Latino center promotes the culture, art, events and activities of Latin America, while the South Dallas center offers arts with an African American focus, and Bath House, on the city's White Rock Lake is now an art's haven and Oak Cliff Cultural Museum is a deep dive on the community's culture.
The Latino Cultural Center serves at the regional promoter of Latino arts and culture with special events, art galleries, and fun activities that aim to fuel local interest. The lively purple and orange exterior of this center perfectly embodies the vibrant cultures of Latin America and is something worth admiring.
Stop by this historical spot as you explore East Dallas. Previously built as a recreational swimming stop (hence the name), it is now home to the White Rock Lake Museum and sits on the shores of our urban jewel, White Rock Lake. The center hosts performing artists and workshops to bring the community and arts together.
Owned and operated by the city of Dallas, the South Dallas Cultural Center was built in 1986 and opened in 1988 as an arts center with an African American focus. The newly renovated center offers a wide range of events and exhibits to display the distinctiveness of African Diaspora and its influence within the arts.
Deep dive into the history and values of the neighborhood at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. he center strives to enrich the community and support local artist through year-round programming like art exhibits, festivals and workshops.
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Last updated on 10/29/2019.