We recently launched Island of Plenty, a Dauphin Island Native American living history experience. See the trailer and order the full documentary here.
Dauphin Island Heritage and Arts Council (DIHAC) is a charitable non-profit organization that strives to create and maintain a network of visual, literary and performing artists and patrons, providing venues for educational arts programs, exhibits, shows and performances, and providing opportunities for the expression, appreciation and participation in the arts. We also provide educational programs to emphasize, celebrate and showcase the heritage and history of South Mobile County.
The fourth annual Gulf Seafood Gala was held Saturday, December 5 at Isle Dauphine Club. Check back for more information on our next event.
Plans are underway for an "in-person" Dauphin Island Native American Festival, to be held in fall of 2021. More details coming soon.
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The arts and heritage programs of Dauphin Island Heritage and Arts Council are made possible in part by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.
Dedicated to providing educational opportunities in the arts
and preservation of our coastal heritage