110 Nicholoff Way
Cordova, AK 99574
|Tuesday - Friday||10 AM - 5 PM|
Summer Hours: Monday to Friday
Larue Barnes, Director
Mary Babic, Cultural Arts Director
Anna Pirtle, Receptionist Assistant
The ICC preserves,celebrates and provides education on the cultural heritage of the indigenous people of the North Gulf Coast of Alaska. We are a repository and museum of tribal artifacts, teacher of traditional art and skills and coordinator of the Ikumat dance group. We provide a sales venue for hand crafted work from local and Alaskan artists.
Our tribe has occupied its traditional homeland for 10,000 years. They planned for many years and opened the cultural center in 2004. We have our own exhibits as well as traveling exhibits from around Alaska.
We have the collection of the Native Village of Eyak and Cordova area.
Access: General Public
Appointment required: Yes
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