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We have a culturally rich, diverse population; the artistic payoff is one of the Caribbean's most vibrant art scenes.
We are blessed to have a rich and diverse population of more than 90 nationalities living here harmoniously, and the cultural payoff is immeasurable, particularly in the artistic community.
Art is a universal language. No matter your address, culture, religion, political views or social or economic status, art communicates with us all.
Ready to experience something different, consider San Nicolas: a short distance away, but a world of difference!
Aruba’s culture comes alive in the spirited rhythms, art and dance that fill our streets, homes, galleries and hearts.
Explore our fascinating and diverse heritage with a visit to one of Aruba's many museums.
Aruba has three dedicated art schools to nourish the creative talents of our local community and students from abroad.
Add some harmony to your holiday and immerse yourself in the distinct music of Aruba, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Expand your art collection or simply browse the vibrant Caribbean and local art that colours our cultural landscape.
Art is a universal language. No matter your address, culture, religion, political views or social or economic status, art communicates with us all. We are blessed to have a rich and diverse population of more than 90 nationalities living here harmoniously, and the cultural payoff is immeasurable, particularly in the artistic community.
Art is cultivated through a variety of platforms — from art schools and workshops to traditional and pop-up galleries and expositions. Many of our resorts, restaurants, and other businesses will introduce you to some of our local artists through art displays in public spaces.
Shop for locally made arts and crafts certified by the national seal of craftsmanship, Seyo Nacional pa Artesania, established by the government of Aruba through the Department of Culture. Many of these products can be purchased at Cosecha, located in a 100-year old historic building in the heart of downtown Oranjestad, next to the historic Protestant Church. An expanded version of this concept is located on the Main Street of San Nicolas. The Cosecha Store and Creative Centre, like the original Cosecha, offers local artists and craftspeople a platform to exhibit and sell their work to the public. The Creative Centre adds another dimension to the endeavour, with workshops featuring hands-on experiences in a variety of art disciplines presented by local artisans.
Cosecha Store & Creative Centre is the latest addition to San Nicolas’ growing list of galleries and museums.
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