Call for Proposals:

OAC vision: An equitable, diverse, and connected community, whose residents and visitors thrive through meaningful arts and cultural experiences in every neighborhood across Dallas.

Call for Summer Camp Proposals:

The City of Dallas Office of Arts & Culture’s Latino Cultural Center is seeking proposals from Dallas-based artists and organizations, cultural producers and/or individual artists for summer camp arts programming focusing on theater, music, dance and visual arts disciplines. The LCC’s in-person summer camp will take place from: July 11-30, Monday-Friday, 9-5pm.

All proposals must be submitted to Benjamin Espino, Manager, Latino Cultural Center via email:

Submissions must be received by the submission deadline of Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Preference will be given to Dallas-based performing artists and organizations, cultural producers and/or individual artists that have worked with the neighborhood cultural centers in the past or other performing arts venues in Dallas and North Texas for summer camp arts programming, especially with ALAANA/BIPOC communities.

General submission guidelines:
A minimum 150-word description with a fee proposal, including organizational mission, proposed artist(s), and previous experience working with Dallas and regional arts and cultural venues and/or organizations. The following criteria must be included in the submitted proposal(s):
• Previous examples of artistic services provided for summer camp arts programming
• COVID safety protocols for artists and other contract personnel while onsite for programming
• Cost per child/student as a percentage of overall budget

Submission deadline is Tuesday, April 5, 2022
Selected candidate will be notified by email by Tuesday April 12, 2022

About the Latino Cultural Center:
As a division of the City of Dallas’ Office of Arts and Culture, the Latino Cultural Center’s mission is to serve as a regional catalyst for the preservation, promotion, and development of Latino/a and Hispanic arts and culture. Designed by internationally recognized Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the 32,500 square foot facility features a 300-seat auditorium, an outdoor plaza area, two gallery spaces, and a recently completed multi-form theater space (black box theater) and an additional plaza area.