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Path To Prosperity: Indigenous Entrepreneur Workshops – Session 3

February 27 @ 5:00 pm 8:30 pm

Path To Prosperity: Indigenous Entrepreneur Workshops

As part of its initiative to assist the development of Native American small business artists and entrepreneurs, the Poeh is hosting a series of trainings throughout the year to provide skills and tools to create and promote a community of Native entrepreneurs. 

Spring is an ideal time to grow new opportunities, and the trainings are intended to encourage small business people to expand their entrepreneurial efforts as we move into the new year. The themes, methods and strategies presented in this initial series will be expanded upon in the series that follow.

Trainings will be in person at the Poeh Community Room
Trainings are FREE

To encourage our community to take advantage of these learning opportunities, Participants will receive a 15% discount on a booth fee at either the Pathways Indigenous Arts Festival or the Pathways Winter Market, (must attend ALL Spring Sessions to receive a discount). 

February 27 (5:00-8:30pm)

WESST – Wendy Stein

Ideas Small Business Owners Often Overlook

Whether you are turning your passion into a business or expanding your current one, there is always more to know about running a business for success. . . however you define success (money, time, ease of mind. . .). This workshop explores the nuts and bolts of what makes for building a successful business, and how you can cultivate that for your own endeavor. There will be time for networking, Q&A.

Mary Bordeaux

Being a Good Relative: Community, Creativity, & Space 

This presentation will cover ways Native American artists and entrepreneurs can more assertively work with communities, Museums and Arts Organizations.  She will outline the workings of exhibitions, curations, and ways to approach them as professional artists. Bordeaux will also share a few available resources for artists, and grassroots organizations.

If you have any questions, please contact Steven Fadden, Poeh Cultural Center Program Director.
Phone: (505) 455-5063 or Email: sfadden@pojoaque.org

Poeh Cultural Center

78 Cities of Gold Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87506 United States