Tag Archives: Seventh Street Mural Project

¡Paletas y Bicicletas! Event Details

¡Paletas y Bicicletas! is right around the corner, on Saturday, March 7th! This FREE event will include a park clean-up and KIDS BIKE GIVEAWAYS!!! Children can earn a raffle ticket for picking up 10 pieces of trash at each park. Kids can earn one ticket at each park. For participants that are too old for […]

Pints for Paint a Success!

Go Oak Cliff was able to raise $3,500 at the Pints for Paint event at Eno’s new upstairs pub last Thursday night. The proceeds benefit the Seventh Street Mural Project which is being developed to help create a family friendly bike and pedestrian corridor along a street that is often tagged by graffiti and blight. […]

Eno’s New Upstairs Pub Soft Opening with Karaoke!

Come out this Thursday night (March 25th) from 6pm to 10pm and check out Eno’s brand new upstairs pub! This is a soft opening for one night only where you’ll get a chance to see the new space, enjoy incredible views of downtown, and sample free microbrewed beers. We’ll also be busting out the karaoke […]

Tonight…Meet the Muralists at a Cocktail Gallery Walk along Tyler and Davis

(Brian Scott, OC Muralist, Working on the 7th Street Mural Project) This evening, be sure to come out and for the cocktail crawl and lend your support to the 7th Street Murals Project! This is your chance to meet the muralists, see the project plans along with some of their past works. If you make […]

Donate to the Seventh Street Mural Project!

We recently mentioned that BFOC is assisting with the Seventh Street Mural Project, which is being coordinated through the new non-proft Go Oak Cliff, and local artists Steve Cruz and Kevin Obregon. KXAS Channel 5 News wrote about the project last night, and we’ve received pledges of up to $7,000. Our total goal is $25,000 […]

Seventh Street Murals Underway

(Coney Island Mural. Photo by Spookylibrarian) The Dallas Morning News wrote about our coordinated groups’ efforts to turn seventh into a bicycle/pedestrian friendly corridor connecting the neighborhood with the Bishop Arts District. One of the initiatives we’re helping with is the Seventh Street Mural Project to beautify several of the back walls of buildings that […]