About Us

We are building a true marketplace dedicated to Indigenous Art and Crafts from around the world and a community of passionate enthusiasts of Indigenous culture.  
(This site just launched in November 2019)

Even though the focus of the marketplace is on Indigenous Arts, the site will broadly promote Indigenous culture, and potentially, include Indigenous consumables and music, making it a go-to Marketplace for “everything Indigenous”.

We are looking for early adopters and Indigenous organizations that would like to partner with us and collaborate on this project.
Get in touch!

What we are trying to achieve:

  • Trusted marketplace for Authentic Indigenous products that supports fair trade.
  • Partner with Indigenous charities and art organizations that would help us with authentication of people and products, as well as help us co-ordinate things on the ground. 
  • Sell to global audience.
  • Give back to Indigenous Community. We plan to give a portion of the marketplace proceeds to partner organizations to support their activities to advance indigenous culture in different parts of the world.



Partners & Collaborators



Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is a membership-based, charitable organization located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 16 Spadina Road (Bloor & Spadina) in a beautifully renovated heritage building. NCCT offers a wide range of programs and services based on Indigenous cultural traditions and teachings. 

NCCT graciosly providing us their facility and help with conducting consultations with indigenous artists.




unCommon Thread is a Toronto-based technology company that powers multiple niche marketplaces, including this one, as well as iCraftGifts.com which was launched in 2007 and was one of the first entrants in the Canadian eCommerce space. 
 
The company is on a mission to build an eCommerce ecosystem of seller-friendly marketplaces that removes barriers to success for artists, crafters, collectors and small businesses owners. 


Advisors & Supporters

Karina Kesserwan

Aboriginal Law Advisor

Karina is a lawyer, strategic advisor, educator, and social entrepreneur. She is passionate about Indigenous Rights, Natural Resources, Arctic, Diversity, Reconciliation and Sustainable business development in remote Indigenous communities around the world. More info