The Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace is a curated pop-up shopping experience featuring women-identified artists, creatives, and makers who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
Taja Lindley, founder and Managing Member of Colored Girls Hustle, created the CGH Marketplace in summer 2018 with the intention to foster collaborative economic practices for and with women of color vendors. The CGH Marketplace 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.
In 2018 we curated six markets that generated over $20,000 in sales for 35 women of color artists and makers! Thank you to the 600+ people who came through and supported the CGH Marketplace! And thank you to New Women Space for providing a loving and community-centered space for our 2018 market. We’re looking forward to growing this pop up shopping experience in 2019. Stay tuned for updates and announcements!
To learn more about the Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace, check out the following links:
- Our interview on NBC New York’s Positively Black segment
- Video recaps from the June, July, October, November and December markets
- Photos of the June, July, August, October, November and December markets
Join us Saturday August 10th and Sunday August 11th in the heart of downtown Brooklyn! We're taking over an empty storefront at City Point BKLYN for our first market of 2019! Click here to apply to be a vendor and click here to RSVP.