2021 Events

2021 Events

All Events Are Virtual This Year

We are available to participate in virtual events. Reach out if you would like to recommend any! We are also happy to offer pre-orders for your group. All orders will receive discounts and will be shipped to the same address (e.g., your church or school), packed separately for each individual customer within the group. Contact eliza@athreadofhope.org for more info.

Psychotherapy Networker Symposium

March 18 -21. Virtual Expo Exhibitors are viewable by the public:  https://www.psychnetworker.org/2021/meet-our-exhibitors/

NGO/CSW (UN Commission on the Status of Women) Forum Virtual Artisan Fair

March 14 -26. Virtual Artisan Fair. Site is viewable by the public.  https://ngocsw65forum.us2.pathable.com/virtual-artisan-fair

Latin American Studies Association

May 26 – 29. Virtual Exhibit Hall viewable by registrants. https://www.uua.org/ga

Consumer Co-op Management Association

June 7 -11. Virtual Exhibit Hall viewable by registrants through December 11. https://www.uua.org/ga

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Virtual Exhibit Hall viewable by registrants through December 27th. https://www.uua.org/ga

United Church of Christ General Synod

July 11 – 18. Virtual Exhibit Hall viewable by registrants. https://www.generalsynod.org/

Cultural Survival Bazaar in person will return in 2022. Until then, go to this website to see the websites of the indigenous artisans from around the world with whom we exhibit:

Join us and many talented indigenous artisans and cooperatives from around the world and their Fair Trade representatives online. Exhibitors from all over the world have 3-minute videos showing the artisans’ work and sharing their stories as well as links to their websites.
This is New England’s premier global Indigenous arts festival, in its 46th year! The Bazaar in December 2000 was our first sales event ever!
The Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals sponsored by Cultural Survival that provide Indigenous artists, cooperatives, and their representatives from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the American public.space
Each bazaar features traditional and contemporary crafts, artwork, clothing, jewelry, home goods, and accessories from dozens of countries. In addition, the Bazaars offer cultural performances and presentations, including live music, storytelling, craft-making demonstrations, and the unique chance to talk directly with makers and community advocates. See the Bazaar’s Facebook page.
Cultural Survival works to support the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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