The Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace is a curated pop-up shopping experience featuring women of color artists, creatives, and makers. Join us for two weekends in December as the #CGHmarketplace makes its debut in Manhattan! Shop local, handmade, upcycled and vintage goods for the holidays.
11am - 7pm
Saturday 12/7 + Sunday 12/8
Saturday 12/14 + Sunday 12/15
Chashama’s Space to Present in Chelsea
320 West 23rd Street | New York, NY
This event is FREE and open to all ages. RSVP for updates.
Vendors will be announced in November! We're currently accepting applications and will be reviewing and confirming vendors on a rolling basis. We encourage folks to apply ASAP, preferably by 5pm November 4th, 2019. Click here to apply.
TRAVEL & TRANSPORTATION
C/E trains to 23rd Street
1 train to 23rd Street (one block walk)
M23 bus to 23rd Street and 8th Avenue
This space is located on the ground level and accessible.
ABOUT COLORED GIRLS HUSTLE
Colored Girls Hustle is a feminist small business creating dynamic products and presentations for bold self-expression. The Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace is conceived and curated by Colored Girls Hustle’s Founder and Managing Member, Taja Lindley, with the intention to foster collaborative economic practices. The #CGHMarketplace creates a space for self-identified women to share and sell their work, connect with new audiences, and build community with other artist entrepreneurs. Attendees are able to enjoy a curated shopping experience and support living artists.
Chashama supports artists by partnering with property owners to transform dormant real estate into space to create, present, and connect, with the mission to increase equity and bolster access to the arts. For over two decades Chashama has played a central role in sustaining New York’s vibrant artistic community by giving space to 20,000 artists, hosting 4,000 public art events, providing 1,500 free art classes in under-resourced communities, and reaching an audience of nearly a million. Chashama was founded in 1995 by Artistic Director Anita Durst to remedy what she observed to be the greatest threat artists faced: the lack of affordable space. Since its inception Chashama has worked collaboratively with artists, property owners, and the New York community to activate space and support under-resourced communities, establishing itself as a well-regarded cultural force on a mission to increase access to the arts for all.