News & Updates
|October 27, 2021||Joseph Sagaj, one of our artists and an Advisor, was celebrated today as one of the three finalists of the inaugural Indigenous Artist Award from the Toronto Arts Foundation at the Liberty Grand Exhibition place.
|October 6, 2021||
Joanne Charette joined the Indigene Arts as the Head of Governance, bringing her 33 years of experience in the public sector, which encompasses developing and maintaining partnerships, comprehending and applying policies, experience in providing advice and recommendations, and experience in conducting policy-based audits.
She has been also selling on Indigene Arts since 2020.
|October 1, 2021||
Joseph Sagaj joined Indigene Arts as an Advisor. He attended the Ontario College of Art, Fine Arts in 1985. He has been honing in his talents for over 30 years.
|September 23, 2001||George Lepine joined the Indigene Arts as an Advisor. He has contributed significantly to assisting others, his Indigenous Community and the Government of Canada. George continues to support Elders, Keepers of Traditional Knowledge, as well as other Leaders throughout North America and Globally. George has been selling on Indigene Art since the beginning, around November 2019.|
|April 20, 2021||Indigene Arts International Inc. was registered with a goal to make it a majority Indigenous owned company.|
|February 23, 2021||Indigene Arts has been featured in Forbes.
IndigeneArts Sets Out To Immerse Shoppers In The World Of Indigenous Cultures
|July 20, 2020||We are presenting to the Indigenous community on July 20th at an online event organized by the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH). We are looking for Indigenous people and organizations to partner with us and to lead IndigeneArts.com marketplace to success. Event details|
|June 12, 2020||We are looking for several Indigenous advisors for our IndigeneArts.com advisory board to ensure that our decisions and actions are culturally appropriate. Read more|
|November 25, 2019||
Beta version of IndigeneArts.com has been launched.
It's not a fully-functioning marketplace yet, but we already started on-boarding artists and helping them to digitize and to upload their products to our website.
|October 21, 2019||Second consultation with the Indigenous artists was held at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto at 16 Spadina Road (Bloor & Spadina) in Toronto.|
|September 15, 2019||We conducted our first consultation with the Indigenous artists at NCCT at 16 Spadina Road (Bloor & Spadina) in Toronto.|
|August 1, 2019||Signed an agreement with the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT) to conduct consultations with the Indigenous artists at their center.|
|June 15, 2019||Karina Kesserwan, our first advisor for the Indigenous arts marketplace has joined the team.|