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Where do I Find Black , BIPOC Artisans and Designers Who Actually Make their Products

Most small retailers make 60- 80% of their yearly sales between Black Friday and the day before Xmas! Many do so in local popup Events! With the present situation many are prevented from holding these! It has impacted their ability to sustain their families and support the wider communities!

I am making an online venue, a space where you can  go or send someone, to shop for a gift  for you knowing that the money your spend  is actually going to the artisans!  I am actually  spending  the time to ensure these creatives are comfortable and confident when selling online!

It is a partnership with others. Yes, it's a community effort I lead with the  help of my creative partner but its the collaborative work  and impact of those taking part that gives this steam!

CREATIVITY...
To be clear
we are supporting those who make what they sell!  Whether they design sew craft wall decorations, beaded accessories etc!

Creativity as Solution - Holiday 2020 Gift Products
Creativity as ART- A Curated Wearable Art Auction for
Creativity as Story through Media
Creativity for Virtual Consumption-

I did not Plan to take on this detailed a project at the end of 2020, but those I mentor or coach  need a place to connect with shoppers looking for what they produce.  on teh other hand I kept having to explain the importance of activating local maker to earn  so as to sustain local communities!

 

I'M A LOCAL CREATIVE

How can I be a part of this

SEND ME THAT INVITE

I am down for supporting local!

ARTISAN WAITLIST!

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