Our building is conveniently located across the Omni Station and minutes away from the trendy Wynwood and Design District areas.
Visiting us is easy. Our Center is on the first floor of the building with direct access from the street.
NE 2nd Ave between 14th st. and 15th st. Dont forget to stamp your Ticket at CCEM. $0.50 for half hour and $3.00 for the day.
We have moved our location to the cultural heart of the city of Miami and we are proud to join this impressive community.
1) The cultural action and cultural promotion abroad. Our International cultural policy is an integral part of our foreign policy, hence the desire to consolidate cultural action as its tool, to serve its purpose and general guidelines in accordance with the values of peace, security, cultural diversity, democracy, pluralism and freedom, protection of human rights and cultural rights, alliance of civilizations, gender equality, poverty reduction and sustainable development.
2) The cultural and scientific cooperation, understood as a vehicle for exchange and mutual recognition between societies. Starting from relations among equals “rather than old hierarchical and unequal concepts, scientific and cultural cooperation has become a useful tool for deepening mutual understanding between cultures and societies. Culture, science and technology can open up many paths or become factors of exclusion, of confrontation. A good policy on cultural and scientific cooperation is to build new paths, to facilitate working together, contribute to a better mutual understanding, to provide, ultimately, the basis for a new world order based on shared values, respect for diversity, in the peaceful resolution of conflicts, sustainable management of natural resources, gender balance, respect for human rights, an Alliance of Civilizations.
3) The Cultural Action as a factor in development. Culture as a way to achieve peace, democratization and human development. As the 1998 UNESCO report “Our Creative Diversity: human development refers to the individual who is both the ultimate goal as the principal actor or agent.” (…) But people are not independent atoms; they work together, compete, cooperate, and interact in multiple ways. It is culture that binds one to another and makes possible the development of each person. It also defines the relationship of the person with nature and their environment. No less important is the Declaration of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of 2000. The so called, Culture and Development Strategy, based on article 8 of the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity (“Cultural goods and services, as vectors of identity, values and meaning, must not be considered merchandise or consumer goods like any other,”) is displayed in seven lines:
- Training for cultural management with an emphasis on culture and development projects.
- Political dimension of culture in its contribution to development to enhance institutional development in the field of culture, by encouraging civic participation, and promoting cultural policies at local and national levels.
- Economic dimension of culture in its contribution to development by supporting cultural industries, encouraging the creation of new jobs and supporting young artists and independent creators.
- Relationship and complementarities between education and culture, which aims to strengthen cultural processes in basic education and literacy.
- Management of cultural heritage for sustainable development.
- Relations between communication and culture with impact in development, promoting networks of communication channels and incentives for co-production and dissemination of diversified contents in the media.
- Promoting the process of recognition of cultural rights.