India Cultural Center (ICC) of Utah was established as a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple of Utah in November 1999.
The ICC's primary function is to promote the heritage, arts, crafts, sports and culture of India.
The ICC building is a 8,378 square feet multi-use facility located in South Jordan, Utah.
It hosts a number of events that showcase the heritage of India and South Asia.
India Cultural Center of Utah
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 3, 2023
at Salt Lake City Main Public Library,
210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Sunday, October15, 2023 and Saturday, October 21, 2023
at India Cultural Center of Utah.
11:00am to 4:00pm
on Sunday, September 10, 2023.
at 5:30 pm on Saturday, August 26, 2023.
in Dinesh and Kalpana Patel Auditorium, India Cultural Center of Utah
India Cultural Center of Utah invites all members of the community to the India Independence day celebrations on Sunday August 13, 2023. We request your enthusiastic participation in the Annual Flag hoisting, 5K/1K Run/Walk and cultural events to follow. Please invite your families, friends and colleagues to the 76th Independence day celebrations.
Please signup for 5K/1K Run/Walk here.
Cultural events registration is closed.
Friday, 12th May, 2023
by young artists
Saturday, 13th May, 2023
Grand Finale Concert
in association with Kaladharaa
on Sunday, April 23, 2023 at Mid-Valley Preforming Arts Center.
Exploring the Journey of Kathak - Through Ages
presented in partnership with Chitrakaavya Dance
on Saturday, April 8, 2023 at Regent Street Black Box at the Eccles.
Vidwan Praveen Kumar
An evening of Solo Bharatanatyam
Chaitra Utsav 2023
Confluence of Carnatic Flute and Hindustani Shehnai
J A Jayant on Flute
Ashwani Shankar on Shehnai
Pt. Ramdas Palsule on Tabla
Vidwan Sai Giridhar on Mridangam
4:15 PM: Social Hour (beverage and light snacks provided)
5:00 PM: Concert Begins
On Sunday, April 2, 2023
Dr.Dinesh Patel and Kalpana Patel Auditorium,
India Cultural Center of Utah
The India Cultural Center (ICC) of Utah was established as a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple in November 1999. The ICC's primary function is to promote the heritage, arts, crafts, sports and culture of India.
The ICC contributes to the health and vibrancy of Utah by nurturing artistic expression and promoting critical thinking through the creation and presentation of compelling artistic programs.
The ICC has taken up a leadership role towards preserving the classical music and dance forms of India.
Vision and Mission:
To promote and preserve the educational and socio-cultural traditions of people of Asian Indian ethnic heritage, Indo-Americans and Friends of India and to organize and develop arts, charitable, social, cultural and educational activities of interest to them.
To build a center for hosting cultural events which showcase the arts and heritage of India and South Asia.
To establish funding for the continued upkeep and functioning of this Center, while preserving the sanctity and spirit of its surroundings.
We acknowledge the annual grants from
ICC is run by a seven-member executive committee elected each year, with the guidance of a Board of Trustees
You can book Auditorium and
The ICC sponsors and presents a number of classical music, dance, art and other cultural programs every year.
We host a number of events that showcase the heritage of India.
A Number of classes are normally held in ICC.
ICC is a non-profit wholly owned subsidiary of the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple