Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts
The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts was formed February 8, 1926 in artist, Frank Reaugh's, Lake Cliff studio. The OCSFA's promotion of art, music, poetry, literature and drama made the organization a civic and cultural asset to Oak Cliff and Dallas. By 1933 membership had expanded to over 600 members.
The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts, a 501(C)3 organization, offers a beautiful historic home for celebrating life events, fostering community connections, preserving history, and promoting the arts.
The Vision of the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts is that Turner House be recognized as a:
- Center of vibrant community life
- Resource to the art and architectural communities and
- Beautifully restored historic landmark
In all that we do, the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts:
- Preserves Dallas' early history
- Builds community relationships and
- Enhances the quality of life in North Oak Cliff
AdmissionIn addition to its annual Wine & Art Fundraiser to support the arts and the restoration of Turner House, the Society offers a free film series each fall, shown outdoors, where all are invited to bring a picnic basket and enjoy the movies!