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Promoting excellence in cultural trading is at the heart of our activity.

We are passionate about our work in the cultural and heritage sector.

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14 Things You Didn’t Know About the Mona Lisa

Her tricky smile and timeless allure have inspired academic study and artistic emulation for more than five centuries. But the story of this perplexing portrait is even richer than it looks....

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The creation of a mural; the Royal Hotel

Let us pity them, my chieftain, for even though we die at their hands we can afford them pity, since we are greater than they and they know it....

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Coast Art Show Reveals a Diverse World of Cultural Exchange

And farther on, from a lull near East Barnet, they saw two trains running slowly one after the other without signal or order....

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A Brief History of America’s Obsession With Sneakers

Invented for athletics, sneakers eventually became status symbols and an integral part of street style....

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The Cultural Council

Orange County was called a ‘cultural desert.’ Today, it is home to more than 200 arts and organizations that offer over 42,000 events.

Discover culture

Our local sector is becoming a crossroads for the creative scene of the 21st century. The world is watching to see what's taking shape.

Interview of the Month with

Frank Plaza

“I am not interested in photography where the subject is playing”

Featured Video

A Life for Dance, 32nd Annual Art Show

Featuring art works by students of Counter Arts Learning Center

Take a Part Inside the Arts

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Cultera Magazine is an article and high design magazine highlighting craftsmanship, culture, music, and life as a Millennial.

Cultura Magazine was established in 2016 by columnist picture taker team Maya Francis and Pierre Ross.

The two needed to dispatch a production that influenced Millennials to need to tune in and feel like they’re being heard.

Time after time are youth, Black youth specifically, left in the edges.

Cultura Magazine has united creatives and given them a place to convey what needs be and be seen.