Painting Workshop

This workshop was created as a need observed by the Quisicuaba Social and Cultural Project. Children, youngsters and adults were eager to receive plastic art classes. Therefore, these workshops were organized with professors from Centro Habana Cultural Houses, who provide methodological advice to the socio-cultural project. This workshop is aimed at all age groups and imparted from Monday to Friday at different times. For more information, please visit the project venue located at Maloja 26 esquina Ángeles.

"Las Bolleritas" Comparsa

This comparsa works in association with the Joseíto Fernández Cultural House in a workshop conducted by Professor Vilma as methodology adviser. Its objective is to rescue Los Sitios traditions. It gives classes to community girls and adolescents. It works every Monday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 m at the project social section located in Maloja esq. Ángeles.

Dance Workshops

Incorporation of Professor Zunilda, folk dance specialist.

Rueda de Casino

More than 10 young pairs of dancers bearing the name Quisicuaba Marquises make up the Centro Habana rueda de casino. Their amazing  dance displays perfectionism and skills. They dance in every municipal dancing hall or in community spaces created for this purpose. Rehearsals at Los Sitios Cultural House.

Quisicuaba Orchestra

This Orchestra was created by the Centro Habana community and is made up by youngsters fond of music. They play popular dancing music, have a repertoire of over 30 songs and perform in every Public Square of the territory or in any other space previously coordinated.


Commemoration of the Tenth Anniversary of the foundation of  "Los criollitos” dancing group. Dancers from the "Oñiocan" invited them to participate on the staging of "Alafin de oyó", name initially given to these groups who have been working uninterruptedly for years.
The staging took place at Los Sitios Cultural House in Centro Habana with the participation of founders and continuators.
Vacation Plan. Trip to the beach during the School Holiday Week. April, 2012.
Travelling Narrators across the city. Venues: José Martí Cultural Center, ALBA House and Plaza Cultural House. Visits to projects, communities, grandparents’ and maternal houses. Visits will be paid to Centro Habana, Santa Fe and Guanabacoa this year.
17 Apr 2012
School Holiday Week.  Voluntary work with school children in different areas of the Project.  Recreation (trips to the beach, amusement parks, and a visit to Jaruco).
A thousand-year-old Japanese art for building a world of fantasy and colors. This is the Japanese art of folding a paper to make different figures, known also in Spanish as Papiroflexia.   Why is Origami art important?  According to Eastern philosophy, Origami provides calm and patience to those who practice it, a common risk treated by many therapies based on handiwork.  It also helps to develop creativity, concentration and hand skills.