Through the 2003 and 2006 Bond Program, the following cultural facilities were added to the City's inventory:
Oak Cliff Cultural Center
A renovated storefront on Jefferson Avenue in Oak Cliff, the OCCC opened in August 2010, intended as a replacement for the rented Ice House.
Dallas Center for the Performing Arts / AT&T Performing Arts Center
A campus of five venues in the Arts District that include the Winspear Opera House, Wyly Theater, Annette Strauss Square, Sammons Performance Park and the City Performance Hall, plus two underground parking facilities. The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Foundation (DCPAF) has raised over $315 million from the private sector in what has become one of the most significant fundraising campaigns for the arts in the United States. The City's public investment in the development of this campus to date totals $68 million, mostly dedicated to Annette Strauss Square, City Performance Hall and infrastructure and land acquisition (1998, 2003 and 2006 Bond Programs). Through a development and management agreement authorized by City Council in 2005, the DCPAF built the Winspear, Wyly, Strauss, and Sammons and will manage those facilities. The City Performance Hall is the one venue that will be constructed and managed by the City.
Additionally, the 2006 Bond Program allotted OCA the ability to conduct the following cultural facility master plan studies:
Asian American Cultural Center Master Plan. Learn More
Kalita Humphreys Theater Master Plan. Learn More