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Casa de la Cultura was created as an entity that would support and foster the growth and promotion of Latino/Hispanic arts in our region. Casa de la Cultura is a 501c3 dedicated to creating a space where Hispanic artists can grow, showcase, and promote their artistic skills, while sharing them with youth and the community at large in various cultural and educational forums.

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Casa de la Cultura at a Glance

A Distinct Identity

     Education – Education is integral to the mission of Casa de la Cultura, serving as a primary link to the community. Responsibility to create greater cross-cultural appreciation and understanding of Latin/Hispanic culture is taken seriously at Casa de la Cultura and education programs are incorporated into all components of programming. The program strives to create long-term, ongoing educational programs for students of all ages such as a Mariachi program, Ballet Folklórico Dance class, Danzón clases, Piñata making class, Cine de Oro Night and much more.

Our Programs

Meaningful work. Unforgettable experiences.


Clases de Arte y Dibujo
Miércoles/Wednesday 6 to 7 PM

Helping our youth discover themselves

In this class, your child will be introduced to basic art techniques, which are the building blocks that will provide a solid foundation for future art lovers and artists. Children will explore the great world are art using oil pastels, clay, paper and paint. This unique learning experience places an emphasis on having fun while exploring creativity!
$20.00 for 4 classes a month. Includes all the materials.

VOLUNTEER AT Casa de la Cultura

Reinforcing our Commitment

Volunteers will provide programming assistance through community engagement by greeting, workshop support, crowd control and other duties.


Classes de Danzón

Helping The Community

Skill set Development with the arts

Reinforcing our Commitment

Classes de Danzón
Learn to dance the latin beat Danzón
The arrival of danzon on Mexican soil started through the peninsula of Yucatan, where the geographical proximity aided the exchange of musical works, which helped the musicians of the peninsula to adopt the music as their own and by the end of the past century were composing some of their own original danzon pieces. 
Afterwards, danzon arrived in Veracruz, where in contrast to the peninsula, it is still to this day a very important and current element in the cultural life of the jarocho city.
Relive those moments in time by attending our Danzón Classes.

We will also focus on skill set development and provide guidance for entrepreneurship using the arts. Volunteers, community leaders, and local artists will be the driving force of our program.


Join our monthly gathering for colcheras of all skill levels. If you are beginning or advanced in the traditional New Mexican style of embroidery, bring your current colcha project along and enjoy these monthly, informal, community work sessions to share ideas, resources and encouragement on entrepreneurship!

Ballet Folklórico Dance Workshops
Mexican Folklórico Dance Classes

One Step at a Time

Ballet Folklórico Dance Workshops

Mexican Folklórico Dance Classes


Beginning students develop coordination, balance and weight shifting while learning body awareness.  Intermediate and Advanced students build strength, stamina, balance, posture, grace and discipline.  All students are introduced to different regions, costuming and music in traditional Mexican Folklorico dance; while more advanced students learn more intricate technique and choreography. In partnership with Ballet Folklorico Sol Azteca.

Casa de los Abuelos

Helping our elders

Every Wednesday and Friday 5 to 8:30

La Casa de los Abuelos is a senior program created by Casa de la Cultura, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Hispanic / Latino art in Tulsa.


La Casa de los Abuelos aims to provide a space for seniors to not only socialize, but share their knowledge with each other. Whether it is art, music, dance, games, story telling or crafts, this will be a safe and comfortable space for them to get out of their daily routine and feel valued.


La Casa de los Abuelos will fill an existing void in our community, and is an honest attempt to build bridges of access, communication and health. These factors tend to improve the quality of life of this sector of the population, breaking routines of life in isolation due to lack of mobility, resources or due to language barriers.


La Casa de los Abuelos will be a challenge and a call to the entire community to collaborate in creating a more active and healthy lifestyle for our parents and grandparents, within a safe, stress-free and constructive environment.



One Step at a Time

At Casa de la Cultura, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Support is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.


Helping The Community

With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities for those in need. With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.


Reinforcing our Commitment

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Advocacy is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.

Contact Casa de la Cultura

1515 N Harvard Ave. Suite E 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115


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