San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur. In an interview with this media outlet, the head of the Sudcaliforniano Institute of Culture, Víctor Hugo Caballero Gutiérrez, commented that in 2024 the agency will focus on different calls for artistic presentations at the state level and on unique festival in each town and delegation, They plan that it will be up to a hundred.
Caballero commented that as part of the work he does at the Institute, he seeks to preserve the cultural traditions that promote Southern California identity and that are the most important for residents.
“This year we have scheduled 57 festivals including patrons, foundations, traditional in the communities of the state and extended it to 62 and not all are covered… we have candy festival, mango festival, there are hundreds. of festivals and as an Institute we will reach at least 100 throughout 2024.”
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“In Los Cabos, there is a very strong linkage work in many activities, from the calls themselves to be municipalized and that we are trying to allocate resources to each municipality, we want to- decentralize the Institute … there is always the claim that the Institute is more La Paz than the state, we are working on that opening”
Finally, he recalled that on October 19, 20 and 21, the Latin American Festival of Culture will take place, where the guest country is Cuba and there will be artists, exhibitions, conferences and presentations by local artists, such as Yudith Ascencio.