Portland Indigenous Marketplace supports Indigenous artists and entrepreneurs by providing barrier-free, culturally respectful spaces that encourage cultural resilience and economic sustainability by promoting public education through cultural arts.

The Portland Indigenous Marketplace Celebrates

                      Black History!                      

February 24th 2024 

                                                                      NE Portland Indigenous Marketplace will return to NE Portland after almost 5 years!!

Join the Indigenous Marketplace in celebrating Black History!!❤️💛💚🖤❤️💛💚
Date: Feb 24th📆📅
Time: 10am-3pm⏱⏰🕰⌛️
Location: 1820 NE 21st ave, Portland OR 97212 (Central Lutheran Church)💯🎯💗🎊
Trimet #17, 77, 70,9🚍🚐🚌
Come out and support over 20 Black and Indigenous vendors.💯🎯💗
The first 100 attendees will get a specially curated gift bag for this event.🌈🥰🎁🎉
There will be a Black Art Exhibit with over 3 Black Artists futured including Christopher Spivery owner of Building My Vocal Nation who also made the event graphic!!!💝💯❤️💛💚🖤
Amazing decorations and more are to be expected!! Come out and celebrate Black History, Black Art, Black and Indigenous businesses and so much more!!🎊🎯🎉💯
Thank you for the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods for supporting this event!!🌈💖💝


 To sign up for any of the programming that Portland Indigenous Marketplace offers complete this quick form.

Unfortunately to vend at our events you must be an approved vendor. If you are interested in becoming a vendor for future events
please complete this Vendor Application. PIM is currently only processing vendor applications in June and January of each year.


The Artists/Entrepreneurs

A marketplace specifically for Indigenous/Black vendors, all the artists/entrepreneurs featured on Indigenous Marketplace have Indigenous/Black ancestry. Vendors sell their hand made and original designs.


We are grateful for all the support we receive from our greater community. Every person who visits and participates in the various events we hold are very valuable to us. Support artists/entrepreneurs directly anytime with online orders.

Working to Strengthen our Indigenous Community and Culture

The goals of Portland Indigenous Marketplace are to sustain our cultures by creating/hosting supportive spaces for the community to explore art, creativity and culture. 

If you are interested in being a Indigenous/Black artist/entrepreneur at our Indigenous Marketplace fill out the Vendor Application when you can. New Vendor applications are only processed in January and June of every year.

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