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Support Local Hustle: BIPOC pop up!


  • Pinwheel Arts & Movement Studio 2731 East 25th Street Minneapolis, MN, 55406 United States (map)

#SupportLocalHustle BIPOC pop up will be held at Pinwheel Arts, 2731 E 25th St on Sunday, November 12, and Monday, November 13, from 5-9pm.

Please join us in our cozy space at Pinwheel and support local BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists, bakers, creatives, and makers at this warm and inviting pop up!

This event is free, cash only, and open to all folks who would like to contribute to a respectful space explicitly against sexism, transphobia (please don't assume our pronouns!), and racism.

If you would like to donate at the door, we will be sending money to Puerto Rico for disaster relief. ♥

There will have a place to hang out, drink beverages, and eat snacks! Vendors will be selling their art, baked goods, pickles, and jewelery, among other treasures. Goods are mostly $1-$20.

----- ABOUT THE Vendors -----
All of these vendors are proudly BIPOC. Some of us are queer, trans, disabled, chronically ill. We recognize that there are many market spaces that are not welcoming to us, and there are systems in place that exclude us from being successful in many spaces. This pop up is an answer to that! We want to provide opportunities for our beautiful, hardworking, creative selves to succeed as a way of celebrating and uplifting our BIPOC community. We want to do this in a fun and inclusive environment, while raising money for our extended BIPOC family in Puerto Rico. 

(Jasmine King Bakes Things) Sunday ONLY
(Dulceria Bakery) Monday ONLY
Pickle Witch
Monica Bryand Photography
hclou art
Selah Michele Wellness
Firebird Press
happify
Origomi
B.Ebony Art and Adornments
Unifourm
Arte Ramona

----- ABOUT THE Space-----
Pinwheel is in a building looking toward the southern boundary of Matthews Park, just west of 28th Ave, in the Seward Neighborhood of Minneapolis. It is accessible by bus routes 7, 9, and is less than a mile from the Franklin Ave light rail station. It is very bike accessible, although bike parking is very limited.

The space has no steps to get in, and one single stall (no-/all-gender) bathroom with handrails. Navigating inside the space with a wheelchair would be very tight, but doable.

http://www.picklewitch.org/support-local-hustle-bipoc-pop-up/

Later Event: November 13
Equal Means Equal