Self-Love Midweek Market

When:
February 13, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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We’re back form our holiday break to bring you the ♥ Self Love Fest ♥ Benefiting The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity!!

Created in June of 2016 by latina business betch Poco A Poco to provide Latinx and POC safe spaces free of cultural appropriation and insensitivity while creating economic opportunity for small businesses and artists coming together to benefit Austin based non-profits.

Our Midweek Market Self Love Fest will be 2/13/2019 at Cherrywood Coffeehouse from 7-11PM!!

♥ Family and Fur Baby Friendly
♥ Free to attend- but $2 suggested cash donation at entry to benefit The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity

♥ Entertainment ♥
-TWO raffles benefiting The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity
-Valentine’s Day Craft Station
-Ballads & Beats by Resident DJ and all around baddie: Vanessa Burden
– More TBA

:: Who Can Vend::

Artists, ceramists, photographers, jewelers, fair traders, vintage & thrift dealers, herbalists, street apparel, dog apparel, cat apparel, WHOEVER!

In essence- this is WOC prioritized market- BUT it is open to vendors of ♥ ANY AND ALL ♥ racial and ethnic backgrounds and genders, as long as you are socially conscience and woke (within reason.) Poco A Poco and the Midweek Market are passionate about living your best, authentic life through your artwork and encourage all vendors to celebrate their authentic artistry in our community!!

You ARE welcome! However:

**Cultural sensitivity is ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED and Cultural Appropriation is absolutely STRICTLY forbidden. **

For Example. You will not be allowed to vend if:

– You profit off of another persons culture for a “cute or boho asthetic.” : Are you a non-native person making and profiting off of “dream catchers” or any other forms of native culture? Are you a non-latinx or non-WOC person making and profiting Frida centered artwork?

– Your business name includes the word “gypsy” and you’re not of Roma culture or background… Many Romani people consider the word to be a racial slur- so please respect their wishes to not use it in your brand marketing

:: Apply::

Fill out the application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScZ_kt85Sm14Q4OKOsrHVaelxhtOLY5FWJu5dlt3kpmrXOOiQ/viewform?usp=pp_url

::Vendors::

follow link for more info:

https://www.facebook.com/events/231458144465527/