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Chibi_fujushi wrote a review Aug 2017
Sao Paulo, SP1 contribution
The first time I went to the Cultural Center, I gaped, it was every single thing that I loved! There you can find books, paintings, dance, theater, classical music, comic books and more! There you can stop for food, to study, to watch a movie, just to enjoy the garden with the trees that survived from the subways constructions or just to stop for a little bit. It's for free, but if you want to visit the library you have to bring you ID.…
Date of experience: July 2017
Márcio F wrote a review Mar 2016
Goiania, GO1,505 contributions242 helpful votes
The place is fantastic, with an unique architecture and aggregating all the types of art. The library offers a very calm place to study. There is also a set of cultural attractions that goes on every day. So, it's a place for all the "tribes".
Date of experience: March 2016
sa177 wrote a review Jan 2016
San Jose, California614 contributions30 helpful votes
Didn't stay much, but it was a nice place to stumble upon where there were a lot of people practicing dance or playing music. There is also a rooftop lawn and garden. Definitely free art of you were to stay around and people watch.
Date of experience: January 2016
Vanessa P - Jaywalking around Town wrote a review Jul 2015
Calgary, Canada1,066 contributions457 helpful votes
This place offers courses, theatres, expositions and many other art and culture related activities. Mostly for free.
Date of experience: November 2014
Ana K wrote a review Oct 2014
Sao Paulo, SP275 contributions88 helpful votes
Like many public places in SP, the CCSP is very poorly maintained. It's a great place, great space and the idea behind it is excellent, but there's very poor maintenance happening here, and the exhibitions, despite being great, are very poorly organized. Still worth a visit.
Date of experience: October 2014