Arts is a powerful tool to tell great stories of the human odyssey.


"When people lose sight of their cultural roots, ancestry and personal heritage, they lose sight of their true identity."

Our studies at World Heritage Cultural Center teaches about world Culture and Heritage, to understand it, to respect, to love it, and we promote the Arts as agents of social change in the world.

Our Teachers are luminaries devoted to their diverse expertise which lends breadth and depth to our program offerings, providing unique opportunities for students, mentorship, and support.

Social Justice and Environmental Stewardship categories were added to our educational formats as our commitment to preserve global cultural heritage & knowledge of all peoples cannot be realized without the protection of human rights and local natural resources.

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Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre)

Dance and musical participation inculcates culture not as a text or set of rules, but as a profound aesthetic orientation.


Visual Arts (Design & Creative Arts)

Art is a form of communication; it allows people from different cultures and different times to communicate with each other via images, sounds and stories.


Culinary Arts

Studying the culinary arts can help improve your life in many ways. It can allow you to improve the lives of the people you end up cooking for as well, as there is comfort in familiar and joy in exploring unfamiliar palates.



The clothes we wear tell stories of our culture and our heritage – things that can't easily be shrugged on and taken off at will. Tradition is also passed down in the creation and construction of our clothes.


Social Justice

At WHCC, we believe the concept of social justice refers to the process of ensuring that individuals fulfill their societal roles and receive what was their due from society.


Environmental Stewardship

Environmental stewardship refers to responsible use and protection of the natural environment through conservation and sustainable practices.


The WHCC vision is to establish its HQ and then chapters across the US and Globally. With our vast global network of relationships built, this vision will be attainable in the US within the 1st year after its HQ is establish and within 3 years
for Global Chapters.

The time is right to establish a physical location for people to come together. Communities want culture, and cultural groups want a home to cherish, advance and celebrate their heritage. WHCC facilities can provide that home.

PROPOSED LOCATION: New York’s Lower Hudson Valley

  • Indoor Theater
  • Event Space (Large and Small)
  • Professional Kitchen Space (Culinary Arts)
  • WHCC Cafe
  • Recording Studios
  • Classroom Spaces
  • World Library
  • Conference Rooms
  • Art Gallery


Through WHCC’s powerful network, without having a physical center, funding or grants, we were able to accomplish this herculean task:


Once our HQ is established, we have a strong business plan to be successful without depending entirely on grants and donations, a model all our chapters would follow.


Target Capital Campaign


We have modeled our unique space based on a 100 year old, 60,000 square foot building that used to be a school in Brewster NY. The same model and budget can be adjusted to fit any building, even if it
needs to be downsized to a smaller space. Our ideal state of the art facility for our HQ center will include the below and more:

• Indoor Theater
• Event Spaces (Large and Small)
• Professional Kitchen Space (Culinary Arts)
• WHCC Cafe
• Recording Studios
• Classroom Spaces
• World Library
• Conference Rooms
• Art Gallery


A shared Facility

The WHCC will be a shared facility for many cultural groups to call home and host their community activities and events.


Educate, Share, and Celebrate

The WHCC will provide a platform for cultural groups to educate, share, and celebrate their culture with the broader community.



In addition to expanding its own World of Colors events, the WHCC facilities will be available to rent for hosting public, private and community events with full catering capabilities and access to multicultural entertainment.



The WHCC will offer classes in world cultural:
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Culinary Arts


Speaker Series

The WHCC will offer a world cultural educational speaker series to the community and will become the 'go to' place within the community for cultural arts.

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“If we are to preserve culture we must continue to create it.”

—Johan Huizinga, Dutch Historian


WHCC is a bridge connecting the world together through a noble mission.