Ongoing Projects


ADELFA CALLEJO SCULPTURE 

Adelfa Callejo sculpture, Dallas’ first of a Latina, will land at in downtown Dallas. A City Council committee accepted the statue as donation. The placement location of the statue is currently in discussion with our local community and will be chosen by the Park Board.

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WE ARE MUSIC & MUSIC IS US: UNVEILING

The official unveiling for the Stevie Ray Vaughan-Jimmie Vaughan monument at Kiest Park in Oak Cliff has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to welcome the long awaited sculpture, We are Music & Music is Us, by sculptor Casto Solano, to Dallas, however, the dedication of the sculpture will be rescheduled and announced as soon as we are able to set a date.

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MEMORIAL: VICTIMS OF RACIAL VIOLENCE

The Office of Arts and Culture’s Public Art Program is developing a public art project that will honor the victims of racial violence lynched in Dallas County.​The location for the artwork, approved by the Park Board, will be Martyrs Park, 379 Commerce Street.

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DALLAS CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS

On August 24, 2017, Mayor Michael S. Rawlings appointed a task force to provide recommendations related to the removal and relocation of public Confederate monuments and symbols, and renaming of public places, including parks and streets.  

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