Garden (Outdoor Space)

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Juanita Craft Civil Rights House

https://dallasculture.org/cultural-venues/juanita-craft-house/ 2618 Warren Ave, Dallas, TX 75215

John Spriggins
[email protected]
214-670-8117

Listing updated 03/08/21 • Added 12/21/20

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Accessibility Accessible entrance
No stairs
Parking Street parking (free)
Flooring Other flooring
Seating Flexible seating
Performance Space Showers
Other Qualities Outdoor area
Type

Performance, Rehearsal, Exhibition, Meetings / Meetups, Workshops / Classes, Events, Screening, Readings, Raw Space, Outdoor Spaces

Disciplines

Dance, Theater, Music, Visual Arts, Photography

Availability

IMPORTANT: The Juanita J. Craft House will be undergoing renovations starting September 1, 2021 and is not available until winter 2021

The Space

The 1300 sq. ft. one-story frame house was the home of Juanita J. Craft, one of Dallas´s most significant civil rights figures and the second Black American woman to serve on the Dallas City Council. The Garden is to the right of the main house and enclosed by a small wrought-iron fence and bordered by bushes.

The Basics
Utilities included
Shared bathrooms
Additional Info

Electrical Power

Juanita Craft Civil Rights House

2618 Warren Ave, Dallas, TX 75215
https://dallasculture.org/cultural-venues/juanita-craft-house/

The Building

The 1300 sq. ft. one-story frame house was the home of Juanita J. Craft, one of Dallas´s most significant civil rights figures and the second Black American woman to serve on the Dallas City Council.
Programming at the Juanita Craft Civil Rights House is coordinated by the South Dallas Cultural Center, which is part of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture. Juanita J. Craft lived in this house for 50 years, and both Lyndon B. Johnson and Martin Luther King, Jr., visited her there to discuss the future of the civil rights movement.

Juanita Craft’s home on Warren Avenue in South Dallas is part of Dallas’s Wheatley Place Historic District.

Parking

Street Parking ONLY

Accessibility

Ramp to the Garden and House entrance.

Additional Files

Listing updated 03/08/21 • Added 12/21/20

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