Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center was founded by Daisy Rivera and through the combined efforts of the Cultural Educational Institute for Boricua Advancement (CEIBA) & the Hispanic Parent’s Union. The Center was named after the late Puerto Rican Poet, Julia De Burgos, who devoted her life to teach children and inspired national pride.
These organizations united to realize a long time dream of establishing a family oriented center to serve the Latino youth and their families through programs and activities designed to foster cultural pride, self-esteem, and art appreciation.
Since 1989 Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center has served as a non-profit entity dedicated to providing an environment that inspires educational achievement and discipline.
Julia de Burgos (1914-1953)
To foster Latino arts, cultural awareness, and appreciation through celebration and education
We invite you to join and indulge yourself with our cultural arts program, attend our annual celebrations and participate in our cultural & educational activities. Please communicate with us, share your ideas, and join us in our endeavors as you browse.
Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center transforms lives in the Greater Cleveland community by preserving, educating, and promoting Puerto Rican and Latino heritage through the teaching and practice of history, culture, the visual, performing, and literary arts.
JdBCAC Programs are made possible by the support from Individuals like You and by the support from
We are pleased to announce that as
of May 1st 2015, the center has a new home. The Cultural Arts Center is now located at 3800 Bridge Ave in the United Church of Christ Building. Please use side doors to access the building.
Please visit us!