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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.

DIRECTIONS:

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.

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PARKING:

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:

Commuter and Parking Services