The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center opened in 1977 in Seattle’s Discovery Park following years of Native American activism. It serves as a land base and community center for Indigenous people in the region, and the headquarters of United Indians of All Tribes, providing educational, cultural, and social services. The building includes permanent works of Native American art and the Sacred Circle Gallery. 

  • Primary Form of Entity: Nonprofit
  • Primary Artistic Discipline: Multidisciplinary, Heritage
  • Primary Areas of Activity: Venue/Facility; Presenter; Events/Festivals; Community Development; Social Service


Case Studies


The Making of a Sacred Space: Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, Ashley Marshall