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Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept. Born of the Land. Design by Douglas Cardinal and presented by Lewis Cardinal. Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept. Introduction – Project Profile.

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Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept

Born of the Land

Design by Douglas Cardinal and presented by Lewis Cardinal

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Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept

Introduction – Project Profile

The Indigenous Centre for Art and Knowledge will provide all peoples to reconnect with one of the most spiritual places in Edmonton. Bringing together the historical past as well as an artistic centre piece for indigenous art in Canada.

The location for the ICAK (Indigenous Centre for Art and Knowledge) building would be at the current Terrace Building (9515 107 Street) location highlighted above.

Sacred Flower and the Circle of Life

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Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept

Concept Overview – Project Profile

Building the ICAK will connect to the renewed Rossdale area and the newly designed Walterdale bridge.

Imagine as you look across from the south side of the river to what will be a beautiful symbol of the past, present, and future of Edmonton.

The Edmonton Rossdale Flats area was once referred to as a

‘Pehonan’.

It was a spiritual and cultural

location that followed protocols of peace, friendship, and harmony.

Muskrat Dances

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Indigenous Center for Art and Knowledge Concept

Concept Overview – Project Profile

Project costs have been estimated at a cost of $40 million. It is anticipated that completion of construction would be in 2017. This factors in the estimated demolition time of the Terrace Building.

Beaver Warns Us

The Pehonan was a place where the people honoured and respected each other while in gathering. This building will bring spirit, art, and history.

Landing Goose and Eagle Tail

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