I had loads of fun strolling through the Cultural Survival Bazaar in Boston’s Prudential Center today.
There were so many talented artists and craftspeople selling art, crafts, home goods, jewelry, clothing, and more.
I loved the opportunity to connect and chat with folks from around the world that I normally probably wouldn’t otherwise meet.
This festival is held annually in the heart of Back Bay, one of the city’s busiest areas.
It’s one of a series of events that this organization throws every year.
The Cultural Survival Bazaar’s mission is to help support indigenous people by selling goods directly from artists and fair trade vendors to the public in the United States.
They set up in one of the busy wings of the Prudential Mall, near Barnes & Noble and Starbucks, which pretty much guarantees a ton of foot traffic.
More to come on a very special connection and purchase I made there, but here’s a peek at some pics from the event.
Boston Cultural Survival Bazaar Photos
Learn more about the Cultural Survival Bazaar
To learn more about this organization or find an event near you, take a look at their website.