The ICM is housed at Toboggan Lodge, a historic Cornell building that provides meeting and office space, a social area for informal conversation, a space for small-scale lectures, literary readings, film screenings and performances, as well as pleasantly invigorating views of Beebe Lake. The ICM shares this space with the offices of Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, co-edited by ICM's Director Salah M. Hassan.
Toboggan Lodge is located on Forest Home Drive, on the north side of the Martha Van Rensselaer building and on the south side of Beebe Lake.
Limited parking is available in front of the Toboggan Lodge in lot L. No permits are required after 5:00 pm. The nearest metered parking is located at the Noyes Lodge/Alumni House parking lot or on Thurston Avenue. For more details on campus parking and parking maps please refer to Cornell's Commuter and Parking Services website: