Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute
The 32,000 sq. ft. Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute (HHCI) on the corner of Niagara and Hudson Street will be the heart of Hispanic culture, history, and celebrations. A first of its kind in Upstate New York, the Institute will be the new home for the Greater Buffalo/Niagara community to learn, create and embrace Hispanic heritage.

The three-story Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute designed by Stieglitz Snyder Architecture will be home to educational programs, events, and cultural activities. The Institute will consist of a media center, learning labs, event space, a theater, museum and art gallery, a café, gift shop, and much more.

The mission of HHCI is to welcome and convene the Hispanic/Latino community, our neighbors, and friends to learn, celebrate and promote our Hispanic heritage.

We will inspire our community through engagement in history, the arts, science, literature, technology, and other areas of enrichment that mark our past accomplishments and provide a pathway to success now and in the future.

HHCI is reaching out to the community for input on this one-of-a-kind project. Your input is very important to the success of the Institute.

We appreciate any input you can share with us.
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What is your first name?
What is your last name?
What age group are you in?
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Which of the following best describes your ethnic heritage? (Choose all that apply)
What area do you reside in? *
What type of programming would you like to see at the Institute? (i.e., food bank, daycare, after school programming, tutoring services, SAT prep, etc.)
What type of events would you like to see hosted at the Institute?
What type of classes are you interested in taking? (i.e., dance, gardening, cooking, computer skills, computer coding, languages, etc.)
Select what best suits how you feel  about the needs of your community?
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Do you feel that your culture is represented well in the community? Please explain.
Please share any thoughts, questions, or suggestions related to the Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute.
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