The following text is from our 2010 conference in Provincetown Massachusetts.
We are working on an equally interesting and exciting agenda for our Cuba Con 2 conference scheduled for May
You are invited to this rare and unique Cuba Conference featuring presentations and exhibits about
Cuban art, culture, history, humanitarian issues and legal travel to Cuba.
Listen to world class experts on Cuba, network with experienced travelers to Cuba and Cuban art collectors, bid
in a Cuban art and memorabilia auction, buy Cuban art, music, books and more from vendors, enjoy Cuban music and
movies and live it up at our Cuban dance party!
Lodging is relatively inexpensive for this time in June ($100 to $150 a night) and if you are flying into
Boston, you can take a 90 minute fast ferry ride to Provincetown or a very short flight to Provincetown airport.
When you are in Provincetown, you do not need a car. All venues and lodging are centrally located.
A full conference pass for the four days is $150 and a Saturday only pass is $50. So, for
a small amount of money you'll enjoy a unique Cuban art and culture conference that spans four days AND you get to
enjoy it in Provincetown.
Opening night reception at the Cuban art gallery, Galeria Cubana.
Friday June 11
Full day of Cuban culture related information sessions.
Saturday June 12
Full day of Cuban art related information sessions, Cuban lunch, and a Cuban art and memorabilia auction.
NOTE: It is legal to import Cuban art into the United States and it is legal to sell Cuban
art in the United States. Please read the legal opinion provided to our conference organizer by attorney Robert
Don't miss the Cuban Dance Party on Saturday night
Provincetown is a world famous, international travel destination that has a rich history dating back to October
1620 when the Pilgrims landed here BEFORE they went to Plymouth Rock. Provincetown enjoys a very vibrant arts
culture with a long history of theater, art and literature. Provincetown is also known for its colorful gay
population, whale watching, oceanfront dunes, vibrant nightlife, great food and numerous bed and breakfasts.
Come for the Cuba conference but stay for the Provincetown International Film Festival that begins on Wednesday June 16. Also, after
the Saturday sessions and before the Cuban Dance Party, you can walk down the street to view the Provincetown
art auction preview at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Their annual Spring auction is scheduled for 7pm
and all are invited to attend, open to the public.