VIS-(from CS)-We can’t do it alone. You and our partners are essential to being able to support the artists and artisans we work with. We want to give special thanks to Cultural Survival for the wonderful opportunity they have provided us in the past and look forward to working with them in the future. We have been vendors at the Cultural Survival Bazaars for 8 years and they have provided the foundation for our social business. This year and until at least the spring of 2022 they are suspending the Bazaar program.

Meanwhile, we are doing our best to continue to support our artists and artisans by promoting their work online. We invite you to be part of our “community” that Cultural Survival mentions below to help us fulfill this mission.

The Bazaar Program is a longstanding tradition for Cultural Survival, and an essential part of our community….. We know and appreciate how Indigenous art and craft is not only a key part of economic security for (the artists/artisans)..., but also representative of deep relationships with nature and creativity as a generative way of life. The art that is sold…. represents a way of being in the world which we celebrate and work to amplify.”