Bath House Cultural Center
The Bath House Cultural Center opened in 1981 as the City's first neighborhood cultural center. Each weekend there is something interesting and exciting to see and diversity flourishes as visual and performing artists from an array of backgrounds and disciplines find a welcoming venue for their work. The center's energetic atmosphere and programming creates a hotbed for the nurturing of new work, and an exciting place where artists and audiences meet to explore and enjoy the life force that is the arts. The Bath House Cultural Center - featuring a 120-seat theatre, two gallery spaces, and a number of multiple mixed use spaces - 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 city-wide access.
HoursTuesday - Saturday: 12 noon to 6 p.m. Open until 10 p.m. on nights with theatre performances. Open on Sundays during special events (gallery receptions or concerts).
AdmissionGallery admission is free. Event admission fees vary on a per event basis.
Calendar of Events
|Forest, Feathers, and Fur: Recent Paintings by Roxanne Mather|
|MAP 2013/ RE Light Source|
|Collaging Art Exhibition|
|The Mechanical Soul: Steampunk Style in Contemporary Art|
|Opening Reception: The Mechanical Soul: Steampunk Style in Contemporary Art|
|Opening Reception: Collaging Art Exhibition|
|Hedwig and The Angry Inch|