The Casa de la Cultura was opened in the old Jesuits’ convent. The Jesuits’ church remained on the other side of the road. The monastic space comprises a wide central cloister and a series of rooms that open onto this central space. The cloister can be accessed directly from the street, and the Casa’s offices are on the opposite side of the entrance. The best known room is the Salón de Actos as this is where the town hall, municipal library and music conservatoire hold public events. The Casa de la Cultura is the town’s cultural driving force; it presents temporary expositions and all types of activities throughout the year.
casa de la cultura, Osuna