Take in the Arts at Cultural Centers in Dallas
Whether you want to explore exhibits, meet artists, or enjoy exciting events, head to a local cultural center. You'll learn about places near and far, and there's always something new to discover.
The cultural centers near our Dallas high-rise apartments include:
Oak Cliff Cultural Center
At the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, the mission is to "enrich the Dallas community through arts and culture programming." The offerings are fun and diverse. You can enjoy workshops, dance classes, cultural festivals, and more. Watch the center's event page for upcoming programs. In addition, you can explore an art gallery. The gallery is open year-round and features the works of various artists.
South Dallas Cultural Center
Better known as SDCC, the South Dallas Cultural Center opened in 1986. It serves as a creative space for local and national artists and emphasizes the African contribution to the world of culture. The two visual art galleries are named after South Dallas native Arthello Beck. He dedicated his life to supporting the arts and African American culture. Arthello passed away in 2004, and the galleries became his namesake three years later. They feature frequently changing exhibitions, which keep the offerings fresh and exciting.
Bath House Cultural Center
Constructed in 1930, the Bath House Cultural Center was among the first in the southwest to feature Art Deco architecture. It served those who came to swim in White Rock Lake. The Bath House was a hotspot for over 20 years before closing in 1953. The building became the home of the Bath House Cultural Center in 1981. Today, it's one of the top attractions in the Metroplex. The center is known for its lively setting and is where artists and audiences meet.
After visiting these cultural centers in Dallas, meet friends for cocktails at a rooftop bar. If you would like to call our Downtown Dallas apartments home, please contact our leasing team. They'll show you firsthand all that Cirque has to offer.