Support International Artists at Cultural Festival!
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
5 people are interested
The Cultural Survival Bazaars are festive celebrations of global and local Indigenous arts. Artists representing dozens of cultures from India, Nepal, Guatemala, Mexico, Tanzania, Peru, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Laos, Tibet, the US, and many more countries gather for a weekend of art, craft, food, connection, shopping, and celebration.
Sign up at this link: bazaar.cs.org/volunteers
Volunteering at the Bazaars is a great way to directly support our work and meet the artists and cooperatives we work with. Volunteering can involve greeting the public and answering questions, flyering, setting up behind the scenes, supporting Indigenous artists in their booths, running Cultural Survival's booth to sell items, and more, including time with Indigenous artists and our staff team, learning about Indigenous cultures, and enjoying this festive event.
Minimum 5 hours required. Discount on crafts at Cultural Survival's booth. If you stay for 5+ hours, a meal will be included. We look forward to having you join us!
Sign up to volunteer at this link: bazaar.cs.org/volunteers
Email bazaars @cs.org with questions.
About Cultural Survival
2067 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140, US
Cultural Survival advocates for Indigenous Peoples' rights and supports Indigenous communities’ self-determination, cultures and political resilience since 1972.
Since 1972, Cultural Survival has partnered with Indigenous communities to advance Indigenous Peoples' rights and cultures worldwide. The core of our efforts rest on the principles of supporting, amplifying efforts and raising awareness of self-determination for Indigenous communities. Cultural Survival employs a participatory, rights-based approach to our relationships that respects and strengthens Indigenous rights while honoring traditional Indigenous worldviews and lifeways.
Our programs work to inform, create resources for, support access to information, bolster freedom of expression, and assist Indigenous communities to organize and shape their futures in ways consistent with their traditions, languages, cultures. We publicize Indigenous Peoples' issues through our award-winning Cultural Survival Quarterly; we mount on the ground campaigns and other advocacy efforts to stop environmental destruction and abuses of Indigenous Peoples' rights, always at the community’s invitation.
Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, we have satellite offices in Guatemala and New Mexico. Cultural Survival also holds consultative status with the United Nations Economic Social and Cultural Council.
Prudential CenterHuntington Ave. at Belvidere St.Boston, MA 02199
- Event Planning / Management
- CSR / Volunteer Coordination
- People Skills
- People 55+
- 5+ hours (more hours are welcome! Contact us if you have questions/requests for a different time slot)