California Cultural Districts Coalition
There are 14 members of the California Cultural Districts Coalition.
Each member is described below together with profiles of several Cultural District Partners within each of the Districts.
Balboa Park Cultural District Oceanside Cultural District Eureka Cultural Arts District Truckee Cultural District Grass Valley-Nevada City Cultural District The Calle 24 Latino Cultural District Redding Cultural District Rotten City - Emeryville Cultural Arts District Downtown San Rafael Arts District Little Tokyo The BLVD Cultural District San Pedro Arts & Cultural District SOMA Pilipinas – Filipino Cultural Heritage District Barrio Logan Cultural District
Balboa Park Cultural District
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Balboa Park is a 1,200-acre urban cultural park in San Diego, California, United States. In addition to open space areas, natural vegetation zones, green belts, gardens, and walking paths, it contains 16 museums, several theaters, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Partners for the Balboa Park Cultural District include the City of San Diego, Balboa Park Cultural Partnership, Spanish Village Art Center and Balboa Park Conservancy.
The Balboa Park Cultural Partnership also facilitates the California Cultural Districts Coalition.
An emerging cultural coastal town rife with theaters, museums, galleries and practicing artists.
Something for everyone to discover, surrounded by the redwood curtain.
Truckee Cultural District
World-class scenery in a rugged high alpine setting that catalyzes and inspires art and culture.
Twin cities rich in cultural history, the arts, and innovation, deep within Gold Country.
The Calle 24 Latino Cultural District
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An arts and culture mecca and bustling Latino enclave at the heart of San Francisco’s eclectic Mission District.
Redding Cultural District is located 160 miles north of Sacramento and includes three majestic mountain ranges as a backdrop. World-class attractions – located at the bend in the Sacramento River – connect to its historic downtown via the Sundial and Diestelhorst bridges. Explore on foot or on a bicycle. Cultural and artistic activities range widely, from food cultivation and dining, music production and consumption, microbrewing and wine tasting to theater, dance, fine art, and exploration of nature.
Nearly 70 public art sites and more than 50 restaurants, bars, and coffee shops can be found. Regional, national, and international performing artists frequent the historic Cascade Theatre and Redding Civic Auditorium, while the Carter House Gallery, Old City Hall and Turtle Bay feature fine art and cultural installations. The Sundial Bridge - a Santiago Calatrava masterpiece – is one of the largest working sundials in the world. The Sundial experience gives visitors a connection to nature, public art, trails, Wintu history, McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, Redding Rodeo, and parks along the river – featuring a diversion dam, skate park, performing spaces, and Diestelhorst Landing.
An innovative district in the midst of a renaissance devoted to art and creative production.
Downtown San Rafael Arts District
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Located in the heart of Marin County, the Downtown San Rafael Arts District partners with local arts leaders, businesses, city officials, and community members to create a vibrant and engaging environment that promotes well-being, equity, and inclusivity through the arts. Our mission is to provide access to world-class arts and culture education and experiences for everyone in San Rafael.
We serve all, we embrace the arts to build inclusive community relationships and dialogue to confront and address pressing social and economic issues, we engage the under-served and disadvantaged populations in our community to promote greater equity and diversity, and we create a welcoming and innovative downtown community anchored and unified by a thriving arts and culture scene.
A vital Los Angeles cultural community with more than 130 years of profound history.
A thriving and dynamic cultural center located in California’s High Desert.
An artist community juxtaposed with industry, against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.
A cultural, social, arts, and service hub for Filipinos throughout Northern California.
Barrio Logan is driven by a grassroots coalition of artists, community leaders, residents, and business owners who embody culture and are passionate about preserving it while staying relevant. For an authentic experience of Chicano culture, visit Barrio Logan.