A: To answer this question, I believe that it comes with the senses. You first see what is flamenco, you hear and after all you feel. Once you feel what Flamenco does to you, you feel hungry of learning and feeling more. So that makes you part of the flamenco culture, listening to flamenco, watching videos, practicing and getting together, getting involve. Flamenco is accesible to everyone but not everyone get to see it. Many people today do not know what Flamenco is, and it highly depends if your circle of family, friends, co worker or community gets you to see Flamenco or vice versa. That’s why lecture performances at schools are important, so that kids learn that it exists and what it is. I mean, it’s a culture and is UNESCO part of heritage, but I think appropriation is an issue in the flamenco industry, like any form of art.