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Arts & Crafts combines with Jazz for Oak Cliff Jazz Fest June 22

Frazier Abstract

The Arts & Crafts Fair is an integral part of the First Oak Cliff Jazz Fest & Arts and Crafts presented by the Labyrinth Walk Coffee House, June 22, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff, 3839 W.Kiest Blvd., Dallas, Texas.

While listening to live jazz, guests may browse among the many fine artists and craftsman including Sam Fuller (“Old Black Man Art”), the grand prize winner of Celebrate Community Arts contest sponsored by Frito Lay for his colored pencil drawing entitled “Slow Dancing.” Fuller says he sells his art not to become rich, “just to provide for his needs and to be able to give back to others.” His colorful drawings are truly art with a soul.

Frank Fraizer

Another featured artist is Frank Frazier whose “. . . art has adorned art galleries in a multitude of cities across the United States and abroad. His legacy as an artist, a mentor and an activist is secure in American history, “ Gregory Boyce, the Examiner. Joining Mr. Fuller and Mr. Frazier are Jammal Strafford, Manuel Padillo, Renecia Smith and Masha Aziz.

For more information or to purchase tickets in advance, please visit http://www.oakcliffjazzfest.org/. Advance tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children12 to 18. Advance tickets are available until June 20. At the gate, tickets for adults are $20 and $15 for children 12 to 18. Guests will be able to come and go. Parking is free. Please bring chairs or blankets. No large coolers please.

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