On April 29, in the afternoon, an exhibit dedicated to all courageous and beautiful sportswomen from all times, modalities and corners across the world who have greatly contributed to the history of sports, was inaugurated at the Habana Libre Hotel lobby. Members of the Quisicuaba Museum were invited to this inauguration.  PhD. Enrique Alemán delivered the opening speech.
The Interfaith Dialogue, cultural diversity and gender were among the main ideas portrayed by the brush of this outstanding painter of Cuba.
March 6th, during the community cultural gathering usually held the first Sundays of every month, we celebrated the International Women´s Day with the incorporation of 50 new members to the Federation of Cuban Women.
This event included an exhibition by one of the most remarkable women, Zaida del Río. The exhibition was entitled “Homeland, Cultural Diversity and Municipality”.

On Friday afternoon, July 3, the Quisicuaba Project for Cultural Diversity participated in a collective exhibition sponsored by the UNESCO Cuban National Commission (CNCU, its acronym in Spanish). This was a great opportunity to hold an exchange with different natural cultural promoters on the importance of communication with nature through a visual and balanced dialogue. The exhibition became a contribution to daily actions by national institutions to preserve life in our noble home: Earth.
Last May 28, the Plastic Exhibition entitled “Among Threads, Wings and Paintbrushes” by plastic artist Yudith Vidal was inaugurated at the headquarters of the UNESCO Cuban Commission. This was an excellent proposal by this Trinitarian creator to celebrate the World Day of Cultural Diversity within the framework of the 12th Biennial in Havana. The inauguration was attended by personalities and promoters from the Quisicuaba Project for Cultural Diversity, as well as Cuban cultural representatives and officials.
On the morning of March 12, the Quisicuaba Project for Cultural Diversity concluded with a photo exhibition entitled “For Cultural Diversity in the Cuban Woman”.  This exhibition was coordinated by the management group of the Quisicuaba Project in collaboration with the Morro-Cabaña History Museum and was aimed at highlighting gender equality in the Project.  The photos showed the work done by different age groups to protect and promote cultural diversity in the territory.  With this exhibition we also commemorated the 10th Anniversary of the UNESCO Convention
The “Estaciones de Amor” (Love Seasons) Homoerotic Exhibition was inaugurated on Saint Valentine’s Day –February 14—at the House of the Artists and Creators of the Centro Habana Municipality.   The exhibition was sponsored by the National Center of STIs and HIV-Aids Prevention (CNP) and the Quisicuaba Association, with the collaboration of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).  The opening remarks were made by Dr. Rosaida Ochoa Soto, CNP Director and Dr.
Travelling Project with the participation of over 20 artists from all around the country, sponsored by the National Council of Plastic Arts.
Permanent Exhibition "Amo esta isla" (I love this island)
Place: Spaces of the Quisicuaba Town Hall social and cultural Project. 
Plastic Artist: Rudy