Community Projects


Foundation 45, our mission is simple – serve the Dallas/Fort Worth creative community by providing free top-tier mental health and recovery services while working to destigmatize the conversation around mental health.


Located in the heart of Deep Ellum, Barry Annino Bark Park offers fantastic views of downtown and varied artwork. Within walking distance, you’ll find plenty of dog-friendly restaurants and bars.

Outdoor Market


The Deep Ellum Outdoor Market is held on the 100 block of North Crowdus (between Elm and Main) in Deep Ellum every Saturday! Since 2010 the market has hosted some of Dallas and Deep Ellum’s finest makers, crafters, and artists.  In the heart of Deep Ellum, near all the best restaurants and shops, the Deep Ellum Market is here to bring Small Business to you!


Deep Ellum Urban Gardens offers locals the chance to cultivate their own produce, promote healthy living, build community ties, share knowledge, and contribute to a thriving shared garden space.


Launched in 2023 for Deep Ellum’s 150th anniversary, the Deep Ellum Music Festival celebrated the neighborhood’s musical heritage and vibrant scene. Featuring both local favorites and nationally known acts. This year, the festival will transform into an exciting block party, showcasing both rising talents and beloved local acts alongside nationally renowned performers.


The Deep Ellum CommUNITY Arts Fair is an annual event that celebrates creativity and culture in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas. It features a wide range of visual arts and music showcases, highlighting the talents of local artists and musicians.

Community Arts Fair


Deep Ellum Radio offers a diverse range of music genres reflective of the community, including punk, pop, honky-tonk, hip-hop, experimental, rock n’ roll, and ska. Launched in 2011, it serves as a curated platform for local artists to showcase their work 24/7.


Deep Ellum First Fridays, held on the first Friday of each month, spotlight the vibrant culture, art, music, food, shopping, and history of Deep Ellum. Enjoy live music on Main Street Plaza, explore the Deep Ellum Outdoor Market, and indulge in discounts throughout the neighborhood all day long.


The Art Park upon Good Latimer Expressway gives a glimpse into the artistic community as visitors enter the Deep Ellum Cultural District from downtown. Concrete sculptures feature over 30 murals and have greeted visitors to the district since the mid 1990s.