5 things to do in Oak Cliff in January

Photography by Danny Fulgencio.

Jan. 26

Hand Lettering

Letter together with instructors who will teach you tips and tricks to improve your penmanship with new metallic permanent markers. 

Where: Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange, 817 W. Davis St.

Cost: $85

More info: oilandcotton.com

Jan. 10


The Dallas International Film Festival screens a movie about a South Texas farmhand who breaks his own arm to smuggle a cast made of cocaine across the border.

Where: The Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Cost: $10

More info: thetexastheatre.com

Jan. 11

Mike and the Moonpies

The group of Austin-based honky-tonkers perform traditional country music with songwriter Jamie Lin Wilson.

Where: The Kessler Theater, 1230 W. Davis St.

Cost: $20

More info: thekessler.org

Jan. 26

Comic conversations

Co-creator of the Baldo comic strip, Hector Cantu, leads a panel of writers to discuss creating diverse characters that resonate with today’s audiences. 

Where: Bishop Arts Theatre Center, 215 S. Tyler St.

Cost: $18

More info: bishopartstheatre.org

Jan. 29

Mask off 

Students will make masks based on Hispanic, Native American, African American and Asian cultures and then showcase their work in a runway celebration.

Where: North Oak Cliff Library, 302 W. 10th St.

Cost: Free

More info: dallaslibrary.org

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