Creating Cultural Capital: How an Abundance Approach to Asset Mapping is Transforming Native Cooperative Education
Join the Minnesota Indigenous Business Alliance for a transformative discussion that bridges the worldview of Native cultures and cooperative education, featuring lessons learned from the Native Community Cooperative Developers (NCCD) Training.
From February 11-17, 2024, Canada will observe its third annual National Kindness Week.
The @1860 Winnipeg Arts incubator project began during the pandemic as an emergent grassroots collective based in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2020. We are a small group, passionate about exploring different approaches to digital arts and creative entrepreneurship.
Thank you to the Manitoba Arts Council Indigenous 360 Program
Our programming is made possible with support from the Manitoba Arts Council and the Indigenous 360 Program. We thank them for supporting our creative journey.
Thank you to our partners and supporters
When our program started in 2020, as a small grassroots project during the pandemic, we never thought we’d still be going almost four years later. We love to explore different aspects of the arts together with our partners and we can’t do it without support. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our generous partners, sponsors and supporters for making our @1860 Winnipeg Arts collective and its digital arts and entrepreneurship projects possible.
We’re really excited to have our session proposal accepted for the Arctic Congress 2024 in Bodø, Norway. Our upcoming session is titled “Niriqatiginnga: Fostering Food Security and Innovation for Northern Supply Chains.”