12th Annual Cultural Survival Tiverton Bazaar
A Festival of Indigenous Art, Music, & Cultures from Around the World. Free Admission/Parking.
A Festival of Indigenous Art, Music, & Cultures from Around the World.
We feature homemade art, jewelry, clothing, crafts, decor, tribal rugs, & much more.
Enjoy FREE music performances, presentations, Native American storytelling, educational displays, craft-making demonstrations, & ethnic cuisine.
Proceeds support Native artisans, fair trade, and Cultural Survival’s non-profit work worldwide.
The Cultural Survival Bazaar gives shoppers a chance to make a difference with their purchase. You can learn about the items you buy and about the artisan who made them or what type of project and community it supports.
You can purchase tribal area rugs that support schools and tuition fees for girls in Afghanistan or handmade paper-mâché jewelry that is transforming the lives of Acholi woman in Uganda. You can buy scarves and other jewelry supporting the livelihoods of Tibetan refugees in India and Nepal working to preserve and promote Tibetan art and culture or clothing from Ecuador supporting marginalized communities. Our Bazaars feature ostrich eggshell beaded bracelets from a San community in Botswana, which can feed the artisan’s entire family for a month, handbags made of recycled materials supporting artisans in India, as well as much more.
You can view craft-making demonstrations and meet Indigenous Artisans like Aymara artisan Felicia Huarsaya Villasante from Peru, who knits clothing with high-quality alpaca fibers, Wixarika (Huichol) yarn painter Cilau Valadez, whose art is internationally recognized. Nipmuc birch-bark artisan Sierra Henries, Shona wire and bead artist Bernard Domingo from Zimbabwe, Algonquin/Abenaqui artist Lenny Novak, embroidery artisan Chia Yang Khang, and many others who are among the many talented individuals participating in our cultural festival.
For more information feel free to visit our website at http://bazaar.culturalsurvival.org/july-27-28-tiverton-ri
or contact Dave Favreau at Dave@cs.org or
617-441-5400 X 21