The purpose of our work is to take our clients vision and make it a reality. Here you will find some of the projects we were honored to be apart of which in turn allowed us to establish events of our own within tribal communities.
Indigenous Creatives (Lapwai, ID)
Our annual Juneteenth Celebration takes place in the Nimiipuu community in Lapwai, ID. The day is designated to showcase Black excellence as well as uplift the community. The overall purpose is to acknowledge the importance of cultural identity and solidarity. Afro-Indigenous speakers and performers such as Tai Simpson, Gyasi Ross, Izzy, Amber Starks, Kellen Trenal, Tre Miles-Williams, and more have been a part of our event.
Nimiipuu Community Development Fund (Lewiston, ID)
Nation Building Business Conference
Nimiipuu Community Development Fund (Lapwai, ID) hired our team to take care of the media coverage for their conference and fashion show. This event catered to established and up and coming Native American business owners and artists.
Washington State University: Ku-Ah-Mah Club (Pullman, WA)
Passion Paint & Sip
We collaborated with WSU's Ku-Ah-Mah program to create a fun night out of painting which include designs from artist Moe Butterfly (Seneca) and desserts from baker Clarice Villavicencio (Nimiipuu).
Indigenous Creatives (Lewiston, ID)
Sip & Paint
Our Sip & Paint featured Nimiipuu artist Lauraly Souza, Nimiipuu caterer Agnetta Perez of M&A's Po'boys & Catfish, and DJ Drae Slapz.