NOW Accepting Entries!
Deadline: February 1, 2019
Five cultural centers of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (Bath House Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, Moody Performance Hall, South Dallas Cultural Center, and Oak Cliff Cultural Center) will present the 2nd annual ART214 Juried Exhibition, a multi-venue visual arts project that showcases the works of artists who live in Dallas …
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NOW Accepting Entries!
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Tignon pronounced [tēyôN] in French means cloth or handkerchief and is used to reference the headwraps of Creole women.
The Tignon Exhibition is presented by Dallas based artist Chesley Antoinette, together through fashion photograph and wearable sculptural turbans a historical period of the 18th century is explored through women of African descendant.
This exhibition …
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As part of Dallas Arts Month, four cultural centers of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) are hosting a multi-venue juried exhibition to showcase the works of artists who live in Dallas and the greater North Texas region from late March to early June.
Through this exhibition, OCA hopes to discover and …
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South Dallas Cultural Center and Urban Chatter invite female/women artists of color to submit work of any medium for this open call exhibition.
The intention of this exhibition is to show work that explores themes of identity, faith, religion, and the soul. Art should take into consideration how these themes connect to finding …
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“Sepia magazine began in Fort Worth, Texas in 1947 as Negro Achievements, a magazine highlighting African American success articles and featuring reader-submitted true confessions stories. In 1951, two years after the death of its black founder, Horace J. Blackwell, Sepia found new leadership in white business mogul, George Levitan. With Levitan’s guidance, …
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“One Step Ahead”
Sat. June 17, 2017 3:00pm – 5:00pm
One Step Ahead is a joint exhibition by Lyndon Barrois Jr. and Kahlil Robert Irving, that excavates a pivotal period of American culture and politics, examining loss as a stifling of progress. Reflecting on the affects of the …
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May is Black Men’s Month at SDCC! One Step Ahead Reception May 12 & Black Men’s Film Festival May 19 & 20
One Step Ahead
Friday, May 12, 2017 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sat. June 17, 2017 3:00pm – 5:00pm
One Step Ahead is a joint exhibition by Lyndon Barrois Jr. and Kahlil Robert Irving, that excavates a pivotal period of American …
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Opening Reception and Juror Talk
Thursday, April 6, 2017
blkART214 is an annual juried exhibition designed to showcase the recent work of professional and emerging artists of African descent who reside and are active in the artistic environment of the Dallas area. In …
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March is Black Women’s Month
at the South Dallas Cultural Center
3400 South Fitzhugh
Dallas TX 75210
African Diaspora: New Dialogues Sanderia Faye in Coversation with Kiese Laymon
Thursday, March 2, 2017
FreeWordSpace and the South Dallas Cultural …
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IN THE GALLERY
“KaraWalkerTexasRanger” by Christopher Blay.
SDCC MeetUps!- AfroFuturism
For the closing……
Calling all Black Sci Fi, Speculative Fiction and Afro Futurism enthusiasts. Join us for a very special SDCC MeetUp! to coincide with the KWTXR exhibition. We …
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IN THE THEATER……
The Black Women’s Film Festival This year we will screen a variety of short films curated by the New York based, New Negress Film Society. Each film will be produced by an emerging black woman filmmaker and will feature some unique genres and perspectives. There will be a talkback session with …
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South Dallas Cultural Center
3400 S. Fitzhugh Avenue Dallas TX 75210
We bid a fond farewell to our fearless leader Vicki Meek, but we won’t skip a beat in March because it’s Black Women’s Month!
I just want to thank everyone who took time to celebrate with me …
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IN THE ARTHELLO BECK GALLERY
“Does My Bow Tie Make it Better?” by Kijana Martin
Dallas area artist Kijana Martin exhibits a new body of work that explores the often treacherous environment African Americans must navigate in their quest to gain acceptance by White America. Using a variety of media, Martin probes the question …
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