craftsmanship | culture | music

About Us

CulturePress Magazine is an article and high design magazine highlighting craftsmanship, culture, music, and life as a Millennial.
The making of good design is indeed both art and science. Its adoption is increasingly strategic at both leadership and policymaking levels and in business across sectors, professions and industries.

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Board of Directors

Our board is elected by the entire professional membership and plays a crucial role in determining the mission



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Lisa Donovan

President & Chief Experience Officer


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Jessie Babb

Managing Director & Architekt


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Richard Fleming

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Ellen Rivera

Creative Manager

The politics behind

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Discover culture

Our local sector is becoming a crossroads for the creative scene of the 21st century. The world is watching to see what’s taking shape.

The Cultural Council

Orange County was called a ‘cultural desert.’ Today, it is home to more than 200 arts and organizations that offer over 42,000 events.

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craftsmanship | culture | music

CulturePress was established in 1916 by columnist picture taker team Maya Francis and Pierre Ross.

 

The two needed to dispatch a production that influenced Millennials to need to tune in and feel like they’re being heard.

 

Time after time are youth, Black youth specifically, left in the edges.

CulturePress has united creatives and given them a place to convey what needs be and be seen.

Time after time are youth, Black youth specifically, left in the edges.

 

CulturePress has united creatives and given them a place to convey what needs be and be seen.

CulturePress was established in 1916 by columnist picture taker team Maya Francis and Pierre Ross.

 

The two needed to dispatch a production that influenced Millennials to need to tune in and feel like they’re being heard.

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