National Foundation for Popular Culture

The National Foundation for Popular CultureSpanish: Fundación Nacional para la Cultura Popular (FNCP)— is a non-profit organization focused on the popular culture of Puerto Rico.[1]

National Foundation for Popular Culture
FoundedAugust 1996 (1996-08)
FocusPuerto Rican culture
Key people
Javier Santiago, President

The foundation seeks to advance the development of the Puerto Rican popular culture through the study, promotion and sponsorship of cultural events and the artists that expose it. Its goal is to organize, research, study, archive, publish, catalogue, disseminate, foment competition, conserve, foment the production of, promote, exhibit, and exchange subjects of popular culture, classical, and folk of Puerto Rico. The foundation's extensive archive includes store records in all formats, radio recordings, interviews, photos, negatives, videos in various formats, propaganda advertising, magazines, artwork, paintings, and other collectibles.


  1. "Busca aportar por medio de la unión de generaciones". El Vocero (in Spanish). September 1, 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-09-11. Retrieved September 11, 2013.

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