​Arts in Cuban Culture

Celebrating Havana's 500 Years of History​​

November 12-17, 2019

December10-15, 2019 


Members of RESPECT (Responsible Ethical Cuba Travel)

RESPECT is a U.S. professional association uniting nonprofit entities, travel agents, tour operators and other travel service providers dedicated to practicing and promoting ethical and socially responsible travel to Cuba.

CubArtEdu -Art Educational Travel to Cuba 


Education ​​

The Art of Gardening, Landscapes and

Organic Agriculture in Cuba
Available Upon Request

The African Heritage in Cuban Culture

Available Upon Request

Art Education in Cuba

Available Upon Request.         

EcoArts in Cuba

Available Upon Request


35th Havana Jazz Festival

​January 14-20, 2020

​​Visual Arts

13th Havana Biennial 

April 12-17, 2019 

​Photographing Cuba
Available Upon Request

Painting Cuba
Available Upon Request

​Arts in Puerto Rican Culture

The Arts in Puerto Rican Culture: A Panoramic View of Architecture, Visual Arts and Music

November 4-9, 2019  / December 9-14, 2019  

San Sebastian Street Festival 2020

January 15-20, 2020

Cuba has won the Excelencias Award as the Safest Country for Tourism at the International Tourism Fair - Fitur 2018 - which took place in Madrid, Spain from January 17-21 and was attended by more than 140,000 people.   


Dance in Cuba

​October 28-November 2, 2019

Our mission since 2001 is to facilitate art educational programs in Cuba that will result in meaningful intercultural interactions between visual artists, dancers, architects, art historians, curators, art administrators, educators and art lovers from Cuba and the United States. Visits to artists’ studios and art and educational institutions, together with seminars, filed trips, hands-on workshops and demonstrations provide unequaled education as delegates experience personalized interactions with Cuba’s people.

CubArtEdu customizes all travel arrangements for couples and small groups (2-12 participants), including: a bilingual CubArtEdu Program Leader traveling with the group, lodging in private houses or hotels, ground transportation, meals in private restaurants (paladares) and educational activities with the participation of Cuban experts in the fields of visual arts, dance, architecture, African heritage in Cuban art, music, art education and the application of the arts in community development projects (EcoArts). 

​​​See the details of  CubArtEdu programs by clicking or touching the  RED titles below. ​​​