‘Anything for Selenas’ at Oak Cliff Cultural Center

Selena performs at the State Fair of Texas in 1994. After her death, that photo, by Gilbert Cortez, appeared on the cover of “Tejano Connection.” (Photo courtesy of Rosemary Cortez)
Selena performs at the State Fair of Texas in 1994. Photo by Gilbert Cortez

Oak Cliff loves Selena, and we celebrate the queen of Tejano this coming weekend.

“Anything for Selenas,” an art show dedicated to Selena and curated by the Sour Grapes, opens 7-10 p.m. Friday, March 25, at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, with Faded DJs providing music.

An afterparty follows Saturday from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. at RBC in Deep Ellum.

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center show runs through Thursday, March 31.

Incase you missed it here is our rare video of Selena performing at Martin Weiss Park in Oak Cliff. And, by the way, the name of the art show, “anything for Selenas” comes from this quotable movie scene.

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