AICHO's 2nd Annual Food and Art Markets
Due to the success of the 2021 Indigenous Food and Art Markets, the American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) is excited to announce this year’s Food and Art Markets! This year, they are showcasing established and emerging BIPOC food producers and artists. Each market will host between 20 and 25 entrepreneurs! New to this year’s markets will be family-fun cultural hands-on activities (one per market). We are also collaborating with the UMD Medical School American Indian students who will host fun, educational activities on health and wellness. There will be Indigenous music including a drum group for the opening day.
Entrepreneurs will be selling items such as garden grown produce, frozen meats, smoked white fish, wild rice, fermented foods, Indigenous teas, maple syrup, jams and jellies, herbs, honey, wild rice cupcakes, salves, CBD products, as well as artwork featuring fine art, prints, apparel, beadwork, jewelry and so much more!
Anamakaageg! Everyone is welcome. AICHO’s Food & Art Markets are funded by the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership of Minnesota.
Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Organizations Served