South Dallas Cultural Center
The South Dallas Cultural Center's mission is to provide excellent instruction and enrichment in the performing, literary, media and visual arts emphasizing the African contribution to world culture. Jazz concerts, film screenings, poetry slams, bi-monthly exhibitions and an annual dance festival showcase some of the nation's most exciting contemporary African Diaspora artists. Weekly classes allow all who are interested in learning specific artistic skills to hone their creativity in a nurturing, professionally directed environment. The SDCC - featuring a 120-seat black box theater; a visual arts gallery; studios for dance, two-dimensional arts, printmaking, and photography - is one of six cultural centers owned and operated by The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, which extend community-based artistic programs to several culturally-diverse areas of the city. The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs remains dedicated to presenting multicultural services with citywide access.
HoursTuesday through Friday from 1- 9 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday.
AdmissionGallery admission is free. Event admission fees vary though many are free and most do not exceed $10. Fees for classes also vary, call or visit online for details.
Calendar of Events
|Open Enrollment: Thriving Minds Youth Jazz Orchestra|
|In The Gallery @ The SDCC: Hip Hopular|
|The SDCC Welcomes Nikki Giovanni|
|The SDCC welcomes ''Porgy & Bess''|