Crawling Off the Cliff

Though I live in Oak Cliff, I'm sick of media reports about how the community is the coolest part of Dallas--"the next Austin," as if that's a desirable aspiration. Surely those who don't live there are even more fatigued. Therefore, as someone tangentially involved with the artists, musicians and other "creatives" trying to turn the O.C.T. into a better place to live, I'm extending this offer: Come to the Oak Cliff Art Crawl and we'll enact a year-long media blackout. Honest. View exhibitions at art spaces like Mighty Fine Arts, Cube Creative and the Charley Mitcherson Gallery. Encourage your kids' creativity at Rock, Paper, Scissors. Browse open houses at funky businesses like the import shop From The Ends Of The Earth. See what the Go Oak Cliff and Bike Friendly Oak Cliff do-gooders are up to at The Better Block art installation and the 7th Street Mural Project unveiling. Enjoy live music almost everywhere. Just have fun Saturday and Sunday afternoons along the 7th Street Corridor and we'll shut up about Oak Cliff. Visit oakcliffartcrawl.com.
April 10-11, 2010
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Jesse Hughey
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