Arts Mission Oak Cliff

A nonprofit organization

$100 raised by 1 donor

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$15,000 Goal

✨Arts Mission Oak Cliff [AMOC] is a sanctuary for local artists.

In the last year, we launched a new $15/hr rental program (SRSP), supported six artists-in-residence (AiR), hosted vendor fairs, concerts, and workshops, like TACA's New Works Fund-supported Weretree: A Pinocchio Story, and produced our first in-house musical, Cabaret!  

We are proud to host regular classes and opportunities for our community to connect, like Yoga and Meditation with Dawn, while also providing space for artistic companies who don’t have their own permanent homes, including American Baroque Opera Company, Fair Assembly, Flexible Grey Theatre Company, Verdigris Ensemble and more! 

Our space is an intersection for a diverse community to connect, create, and play.

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Founded by Anastasia Muñoz in 2017, Arts Mission Oak Cliff holds space for a diverse community to cultivate, celebrate, and sustain their creativity while actively engaging and inspiring the public with the arts.


AMOC has seen a promising amount of growth in the last couple of years and YOUR support is critical to help us keep up!

Your donation today ensures that we can continue to:

​🎟️Keep our ticket and class prices low, ensuring access for our growing community.*

🎭Maintain low rental rates so local work can continue to be produced in our space.**

🪴Cultivate the economic development of local artist entrepreneurs by offering job opportunities and fair pay.***

🫶🏼Provide operational support.****


*According to the TEA's 2021 snapshot, over 85% of AMOC's audience members and program participants are listed as economically disadvantaged, based on their zip code. We passionately believe that art is for everyone and we are dedicated to remaining accessible to our community!

**Over the last year, our SRSP has subsidized over 350 hours of rehearsal space for local artists and arts groups!

***In the last year, AMOC has executed 68+ rental projects consisting of performances, workshops, and class series by local artists. This work is necessary! We hold space for artists and offer artistic programming not currently found anywhere else in Dallas!

****It may not sound exciting, but fairly paying our small, hardworking staff and keeping our home, a repurposed church built in 1929, functional is essential to AMOC's sustainable future.

Equity Statement

In furtherance of its mission, Arts Mission Oak Cliff [AMOC] is committed to and strongly believes in building and supporting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive arts community in Dallas and beyond. AMOC values freedom of expression and creativity, ever striving to provide creative communities with a space that celebrates diversity of thought and experience, especially for voices from historically underrepresented communities.

AMOC welcomes artists and supporters of the arts from all backgrounds and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, housing status, religion, legal system involvement, disability, sexual preference, sex, or gender identity. AMOC is committed to continually improving its diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in furtherance of the organization’s mission, including an annual review by the board of the organization’s performance to ensure continued success and growth in this space.

Organization Data


Organization name

Arts Mission Oak Cliff

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Arts, Culture & Humanities, Community Improvement, Employment & Workforce Development

Operating Budget

$250,000 - $499,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx

BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


410 S Windomere Avenue
Dallas, TX 75208


(469) 262-0465

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