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Fashion workshop at the South Dallas Cultural Center

Fashion Workshop
Fashion Workshop
South Dallas Cultural Center

Are you an aspiring fashion or accessory designer, retail owner or just interested in the business of fashion? If yes, then you should be in attendance to the Before You Start workshop; one of a series of workshops about starting a fashion business. The class will focus on the reality of entering into the BUSINESS of fashion. In 90 minutes, participants will learn the value of personality, how to tap into business resources, identify a skill set and discovering personal assets. Before You Start is ideal for new fashion designers, accessory designers, retail owners and fashion related businesses.

Color.Colour.Colores is a non-profit organization that strives to nurture and support emerging fashion designers of color with small fashion businesses. CCC provides a forum and vehicle for fashion designers of color to develop their business, show their work, sell their work, and strengthen their business through educational seminars, workshops and professional development.

About the South Dallas Cultural Center Development

The South Dallas Cultural Center became a reality through the efforts of key individuals in the African-American community, who encouraged the City of Dallas to develop a multi-purpose arts facility in South Dallas. Under the leadership of City officials and Park Board members, funds were allocated through the 1982 bond program to construct a $1.5 million, 24,000 square-foot facility located across from Fair Park. In 2007, South Dallas Cultural Center's facility received a total renovation and expansion adding 10,000 square feet and featuring a 120-seat black box theater; a visual arts gallery; studios for dance; two-dimensional arts; fiber; media arts; printmaking; and photography. The Center also has a full service digital recording studio. The South Dallas Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, a member of the Dallas Art Dealers Association and a partner in the National Performance Network.

About the Office of Cultural Affairs

The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) works to enhance the vitality of the City and the quality of life for all Dallas citizens by creating an environment wherein arts and cultural organizations can thrive so that people of all ages can enjoy opportunities for creative expressions and the celebration of our community’s multicultural heritage. The mission is to establish a cultural system that ensures that ALL Dallas citizens and visitors have an opportunity to experience the finest in arts and culture. The OCA is advised by an 18-member Cultural Affairs Commission appointed by the Dallas City Council. The OCA manages the city’s Cultural Contracts, Community Artists and Public Art Programs; oversees six cultural centers including the South Dallas Cultural Center; the Bath House Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and Oak Cliff Cultural Center It also operates the city’s classical music radio station, WRR101.1FM. For more information on the programs and services provided by the OCA log onto

Event Details:

Where: South Dallas Cultural Center

3400 South Fitzhugh, Dallas, 75210

What: Color.Colour.Colores (CCC)

Date/Time: Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 7:05 pm.

The workshop is free, but registration is required. Register in advance at!/ColorColourColores

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