Learn. Discover. Explore.

POSTPONED until Fall 2020. Please stay tuned.

Fee: Free  │  Registration is required – see link below.    

Location: Zoom (virtual) Meeting

The Tracker is hosted by the Stimson Center and supported by the USAID Mekong Safeguards activity, which is implemented by The Asia Foundation.

A special thank you to Legacies of War for inviting the Idaho Museum of International Diaspora to join in the outreach efforts to SE Asian communities worldwide.

Please join us virtually for an introduction to the Mekong Infrastructure Tracker – the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and freely available web platform on infrastructure development in the Mekong Southeast Asia Region. The Tracker consists of online interactive tools and resources which harness the power of data transparency to explore the nature and scale of the infrastructure boom. The Tracker helps users assess the socio-economic and environmental impacts of infrastructure development to improve infrastructure outcomes in the Mekong Basin. This interactive discussion will introduce the Tracker and provide attendees with a suite of tools that can provide high-quality and objective data that can provide insights into the risks and opportunities of infrastructure development in a way that can improve long-term infrastructure outcomes to the peoples and environment in the Mekong Basin.   

CANCELED (effective March 15, 2020)

Nigerian Conversations: Contemporary Textiles of Tunde Odunlade and Traditional Masks of Nigeria

CANCELED (effective March 15, 2020) 

Tuesday & Wednesday, April 14 & 15, 2020 

Zions Bank Building on 17th Floor (800 W Main St, Boise, ID 83702)

Fee: Free Admission and Open to Public

Effective March 15, 2020: In support of the community's health and best interest, this 2-day exhibition has been officially CANCELED by the IMID due to the COVID-19 global health concern. Based on popular interest in the Nigerian exhibition, we hope to find alternate dates after the global health concern subsides.

The Idaho Museum of International Diaspora presents its first exhibition featuring the work of Tunde Odunlade, an international renowned print and textile artist from Ibadan, Nigeria. Come learn, discover, and explore African culture through the contemporary textiles of Odunlade’s work and traditional masks of Nigeria – a collection from LaBry Fine Art.

Sponsor: Zions Bank

Partners: Boise State University College of Arts and Sciences; Global Lounge; LaBry Fine Art; Idaho Museum of International Diaspora; Tunde Odunlade, Nigerian Artist


2020 Conference

Native Voices in Our Community: Telling the Truth


Friday, April 17, 2020 (6:00 - 8:00pm)

Saturday, April 18, 2020 (9:00am - 5:00pm)

Anser Charter School, 202 E 42nd St, Garden City, ID 83714

Fee: See program flyer for details

Please see the program flyer for details and contact information.

 Inaugural International Gala (2021)

Saturday, September 18, 2021
Boise Centre (Boise, ID, U.S.A.)

Join us in 2021 to Experience the World in Idaho on Saturday, September 18th at our inaugural biennial international gala. The international representation of guests coming in from around the world, here in Boise, will be an evening to remember. Additional information forthcoming.

Event: Inaugural International Gala

Theme: Experience the World in Idaho

Type: Black Tie Formal Dinner (Note: Cultural formal attire is strongly encouraged)


Sponsorship Options: Available

Partnership and Volunteer Opportunities: We welcome all individuals, groups and organizations with objectives that align with our mission – “Influence positive community transformation.”


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