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    Descriptive info: .. The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.. Welcome to the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA), where the commitment to the arts is evidenced by the many opportunities for citizens, visitors, artists and organizations to share in our city's cultural expression through the arts.. Please tour our website for information on arts and cultural programs and opportunities.. Join us on.. Facebook.. and.. Twitter.. Join.. OCA's Mailing and Newsletter list.. View the.. Cultural Contracts.. Close Me!.. The Bath House Cultural  ...   11/16.. MORE INFORMATION.. Dia de los Muertos Exhibition.. Dia de los Muertos Festival.. Latino Cultural Center presents it's annual Dia de los Muertos Festival.. 10/26.. Dia de los Muertos Workshops.. Guadalupe Robles leads the October 26 workshop in decorating sugar skulls and creating skeletons.. An Evening with C.. S.. Lewis.. At the Majestic Theater 10/27.. MAP: Knocking at my Door.. At OC3 thru 10/24/13.. Self-Guided Public Art Tours o.. Ongoing - Downtown Dallas.. Kathleen Madigan at the Majest.. Comic Kathleen Madigan at the..

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    Descriptive info: ABOUT.. OVERVIEW.. About the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.. The Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) is a division of the City Manager's office and fosters support, partnerships, and opportunities for Dallas citizens, visitors, artists, and arts and cultural organizations.. The OCA's executive staff includes a director, Maria Muñoz-Blanco, and an assistant director, David Fisher, who are responsible for the implementation of the City's cultural policy and programs.. The director reports to the Assistant City Manager for Neighborhood Quality of Life.. Our Mission.. The Office of  ...   citizens by creating an environment wherein arts and cultural organizations thrive and people of all ages enjoy opportunities for creative expression and the celebration of our community's multicultural heritage.. Our mission is to establish a cultural system that ensures all Dallas citizens and visitors have an opportunity to experience the finest in arts and culture.. View the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs Cultural Policy and Program.. (pdf).. The Office of Cultural Affairs would like to thank the Texas Commission on the Arts for their support..

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    Descriptive info: PROGRAMS.. Cultural Affairs Programs.. Everyone-including artists, arts and cultural organizations, and Dallas citizens and visitors-can take advantage of the wide range of opportunities and programs facilitated by the OCA.. Browse this section of the website to find the perfect arts and cultural opportunity for you.. Cultural Services Contracts.. The Cultural Services Contracts division supports Dallas' finest arts and cultural organizations and artists through a variety of different contract programs.. Read  ...   Learn More.. Thriving Minds.. Thriving Minds is a groundbreaking arts educational partnership between the City of Dallas, Dallas Independent School District, Big Thought, and over 40 arts and cultural organizations in Dallas.. WRR Classical 101.. 1 FM.. WRR 101.. 1 FM is the only municipally-owned commercial station in the United States dedicated to classical music.. WRR's broadcasts Dallas City Council meetings to a listening area that spans 100 square miles..

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    Descriptive info: CULTURAL FACILITIES.. City of Dallas Cultural Facilities.. The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs is the custodian of 23 city-owned cultural facilities, where a wide variety of arts and cultural programs are offered for citizens and visitors.. These facilities consist of many of our community's most important cultural venues, and when combined, represent more than 1.. 5 million square feet of space dedicated to arts and cultural functions in our community.. The OCA operates seven of these facilities directly, referring to them as "cultural centers".. The Cultural Centers are as follows: Bath House Cultural Center, City Performance Hall, Latino Cultural Center, Majestic Theatre, Meyerson Symphony Center, South Dallas Cultural Center, and Oak Cliff Cultural Center.. Additionally, the OCA manages other cultural facilities through private/public partnerships with nonprofit arts and cultural organizations with long-term management or operation agreements approved by City Council.. Bath House Cultural Center.. Located on the shores of beautiful White Rock Lake, the Bath House Cultural Center is a welcoming venue for visual and performing artists from an array of backgrounds.. The historic, art deco style Bath House houses a 120-seat black-box theater, two gallery spaces, the White Rock Lake Museum, and a number of multipurpose spaces.. City Performance Hall.. Currently under construction, the City Performance Hall is a multi-disciplinary center that will bring to the Dallas Arts District a broad range of cultural performances and events by a growing group of small and  ...   of artistic excellence ever since.. The Meyerson is located in the Downtown Dallas Arts District and is home to the world-class Dallas Symphony Orchestra and other Dallas-based cultural organizations like the Turtle Creek Chorale, the Dallas Wind Symphony, and the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra.. Oak Cliff Cultural Center.. The Oak Cliff Cultural Center provides community-based arts and cultural programming for the North Oak Cliff and West Dallas communities.. The Center provides a wide variety of art exhibitions, artist workshops, art, music, and dance classes, and cultural festivals for both children and adults, creating an environment for artists and students to learn and experience the creative powers of the arts.. South Dallas Cultural Center.. The South Dallas Cultural Center became a reality through the efforts of key individuals in the African-American community, who encouraged the City of Dallas to develop a multi-purpose arts facility in South Dallas.. Under the leadership of City officials and Park Board members, funds were allocated through the 1982 bond program to construct the $1.. 5 million, 24,000 square-foot facility, located across from Fair Park.. Majestic Theatre.. One of the most elegant and historic performing arts spaces in the Southwest, the historic Majestic Theatre is managed by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs.. Built in 1921, the Majestic hosts a variety of concerts, performing arts, comedy and corporate events through the year presented by national and local artists, promoters and nonprofit arts organizations..

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    Descriptive info: PUBLIC ART.. About The City of Dallas Public Art Collection.. The Office of Cultural Affairs' Public Art program manages the commission and acquisition of new public art as well as the conservation and maintenance of the existing City art collection.. The City currently maintains a collection of more than 300 pieces.. Works of public art, many created by local and regional artists, enliven parks, libraries, fire stations, recreation centers and many more public locations in downtown Dallas.. The Public Art Program makes Dallas a vibrant place to live and work and a great place to visit.. What is public art?.. Public art is a term that describes artworks placed in public spaces and places where people go as part of their daily life, like libraries, parks, and public buildings.. Public art contributes to the vibrant character and appearance of our city.. What are the benefits of Public Art?.. Public Art distinguishes the city as a vibrant cultural environment that celebrates the diversity and creative energy of its community.. Public art programs, supported by the City, help define a community's identity and reveal the unique character of neighborhoods.. It is a true symbol of a city's status and maturity, expressing neighborhood pride, positive values, and enhancing the city's assets.. Public art helps green spaces flourish, enhances roadsides, pedestrian corridors, and community parks.. A city with  ...   project manager and Public Art department staff.. After a two-stage review process, the panel forwards recommendations for review to the Public Art Committee.. Public Art Committee members, who are arts professionals, artists, architects or engineers, review the selection panel suggestion and forward their recommendation to the Cultural Affairs Commission.. The Cultural Affairs Commission members review the recommendation.. If recommended for approval, projects costing more than $25,000 are forwarded to the City Council for review and approval.. For projects costing less than $25,000, the Cultural Affairs Commission recommends approval or rejection of the proposal.. Public Art staff works with the artists, City of Dallas Project Managers, and additional Client Project Managers (where applicable) through the design, installation, completion and dedication of the project.. Donations, Gifts, and Loans.. When a donor makes a gift, donation or loan to the City of Dallas for the purpose of commissioning a work of art, the selection process remains the same as for the Percent for Art projects as described above.. The work is reviewed by the Public Art Committee for appropriateness and maintainability and a recommendation is forwarded to the Cultural Affairs Commission for approval or rejection.. What are the Criteria for Artist Selection?.. When reviewing the artists' submissions for a Public Art Project the following criteria are considered:.. Quality of work.. Design.. Appropriateness for location.. Permanence.. Maintenance.. Safety.. Diversity..

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    Descriptive info: NEWS CENTER.. PRESS KIT.. News Center.. Welcome to the Office of Cultural Affairs News Center.. This is your resource for press kits, news articles about the OCA, current and archived listings of the bi-monthly OCAffairs newsletter, press releases, and OCA's Annual Reports.. For media inquiries please contact OCA administration at 214-670-3687.. Press Kit.. OCA Press Kit.. OCA Fact Sheet..

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    Descriptive info: EVENTS CALENDAR.. HOME.. Search by.. Keyword.. Browse by.. Date.. January 2013.. February 2013.. March 2013.. April 2013.. May 2013.. June 2013.. July 2013.. August 2013.. September 2013.. October 2013.. November 2013.. December 2013.. Sun.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. Category.. -- Select a Catgegory --.. Arts & Crafts.. Arts & Culture Advocacy.. Art Jobs, Opportunities.. Auditions, Entries & Contests.. Books, Lectures & Readings.. Classes & Workshops.. Colleges & Universities.. Culinary Arts.. Dance.. Festivals & Special Events.. Film, Video & TV.. Free.. Galleries, Art Walks & Tours.. Kids & Family-Friendly.. Libraries.. Museums & Attractions.. Music, Classical.. Music, Popular.. Nature & Science.. Opening Receptions.. Theater, Drama & Comedy.. Visual Arts.. Art Group.. -- Select an Art Group --.. African American Museum.. Allegro Guitar Society of Dallas.. Artreach Dallas, Inc.. AT&T Performing Arts Center.. Bass Performance Hall.. Bishop Arts Theatre Center.. Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe.. Chamber Music International.. City of Dallas - Office of Cultural Affairs.. Creative Arts Center of Dallas.. Crow Collection of Asian Art.. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.. Dallas Bach Society.. Dallas Chamber Music Society.. Dallas Chamber Symphony.. Dallas Children's Theater.. Dallas City Performance Hall.. Dallas Contemporary.. Dallas Historical Society.. Dallas Holocaust Museum / Center for Education  ...   Museum of Dallas County History & Culture.. Orpheus Chamber Singers.. Resounding Harmony.. Sammons Center for the Arts.. Shakespeare Dallas.. Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.. South Side Ballroom.. Southern Methodist University - Caruth Auditorium.. Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts - Division of Art.. Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts - Division of Art History.. Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts - Division of Music.. Spune.. St.. Paul United Methodist Church.. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church - Dallas.. Teatro Dallas.. TeCo Theatrical Productions, Inc.. Texas Ballet Theater.. The Dallas Opera.. TITAS.. Tuesday Nite Jazz at St.. Turtle Creek Chorale.. Undermain Theatre.. University of North Texas.. University Park United Methodist Church.. Winspear Opera House.. World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth.. Wyly Theatre.. Día De Los Muertos Miniweek.. 10/26/2013 - 11/2/2013.. The LCC honors the Día de los Muertos tradition with our annual festival and community gallery exhibition.. Local artists are invited to create their own altars, and the community is invited to decorate and submit artwork during the week of the festival.. Update this event listing.. Event Details.. 2600 Live Oak Street.. Dallas, TX75204.. Website.. MAP 2013/ My Immovable Truth A Dallas Lineage.. 10/28/2013 - 11/24/2013.. Event Details at Art & Seek.. TACA Perforum.. 10/28/2013 - 10/28/2013.. Absolute and Infinite: New Interpretations of Islamic Geometric Designs.. 10/18/2013 - 1/10/2014.. Dr.. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat.. 9/20/2013 - 11/3/2013..

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    Descriptive info: CULTURAL CONTRACTS.. Cultural Contracts.. Cultural Organizations Program (COP).. Cultural Organizations Program (COP) provides operational support to established organizations with budgets over $100,000.. The COP provides funding for annual operating support for arts groups, with additional support for the operation of city-owned facilities.. Cultural Projects Program (CPP).. Cultural Projects Program (CPP) provides considerable leveraging power for arts and cultural programming by funding up to 50% of project-specific expenses to established art organizations.. Community Arts Program (CAP).. Formerly the Neighborhood Touring Program, the Community Arts Program (CAP) allocates annual funding for culturally based and ethic specific artists to provide no-cost services to residents of Dallas.. Cultural Tourism Initiative (CTI).. Cultural Tourism Initiative (CTI) supports cultural projects that make Dallas a more attractive destination for cultural tourists  ...   Cultural Affairs Logo Downloads.. Choose the file type from the list.. Right-click any of the links and "Save as".. JPG - Color.. JPG - Black and white.. TIF - Color.. TIF - Black and white.. EPS - Color.. EPS - Black and white.. To Apply.. To access the Online Cultural Application,.. click here.. Timeline.. Download a.. timeline of important dates for funding programs.. Funding Review Panels.. Most funding program applications are reviewed by a panel made up of qualified candidates from the professional arts and cultural field and approved by the.. Cultural Affairs Commission.. Panel nominations are accepted throughout the year.. Review Panel Nomination Form.. (.. doc).. More Information.. For more information about Funding Programs, contact:.. Charla Sanderson.. Cultural Programs Manager.. Phone: 214.. 670.. 4065..

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    Descriptive info: LATINO CULTURAL CENTER.. EVENT CALENDAR.. 2600 Live Oak St.. Dallas TX 75204.. 671.. 0045.. Fax: 214.. 0633.. -- Select a Category --.. Art Walks & Tours.. Books.. Classical.. Drama & Comedy.. Film.. Galleries.. Lectures & Readings.. Music.. Popular.. Theater.. Video & TV.. Event Detail.. There is no event today.. Please check back for later update..

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    Descriptive info: OAK CLIFF CULTURAL CENTER.. Oak Cliff Cultural Center 223 W.. Jefferson Blvd.. Dallas TX 75208.. 3777.. 1404..

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    Descriptive info: TOURS & PROGRAMS.. SELF-GUIDED TOURS.. Self-Guided Public Art Tours.. Public Art can be discovered and enjoyed throughout the City of Dallas.. Use these downloadable self-guided tour maps to explore the diverse and vibrant works of public art found throughout the downtown Dallas area.. Downtown Dallas.. View.. Dallas Public Art Tours.. in a larger map.. Download Printable Map..  ...   walk promoting a healthy lifestyle through increased awareness and appreciation of public art in downtown Dallas.. The ArtWalk is a 3.. 3 mile route highlighting thirty pieces of art and architecture in the Arts District and downtown Dallas and was developed by the.. Business Council for the Arts'.. Leadership Arts Institute Class of 2010.. Visit Public ArtWalk Dallas!..

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