- By Native News Online Staff
The I-Collective, an “autonomous group of Indigenous chefs, activists, herbalists, seed, and knowledge keepers,” has announced a design contest for the development of promotional materials that will fundraise for the group’s projects.
Planned projects include a cookbook, gathering basket, and virtual community journal. They are especially looking for Indigenous artists, and are seeking to “create a new narrative that highlights… historical Indigenous contributions” and promotes the Indigenous foods community’s “resilience and innovations in gastronomy, agriculture, the arts, and society at large.” A $1,000 prize will go to the winner. Check out their Facebook page for more information.
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