Shop local, shop Liberty!
The NLM invites you to a unique holiday shopping experience — one that makes a difference. Inspired by the Craftivism
exhibition, the Craftivism Holiday Marketplace supports local artists and makers who are promoting positive change with enlightened, handcrafted and sustainable gifts. The holiday market will open with a special event on Friday, November 26th – enjoy a cocktail while you shop from 12:30PM- 5PM.
Featured artists include:
Felicia is a designer, screen printer and illustrator based in Philadelphia. She started Two Minds in 2018, creating original hand-printed apparel, accessories and prints around themes of emotionality, wordplay, social justice and radical joy.
Richie Wilde Lopez (he/him) is a gay, Latino, self-taught embroidery and fiber artist and published writer who lives and works in Philadelphia. His colorful textile pieces pay homage to his homeland of Puerto Rico. His distinctive personal style emanates queer joy while expressing the vibrant spirit and atmosphere of the Caribbean culture.
Jaz Morse is a Black queer Jamaican artist based in Philadelphia. She recently began her art career in 2020 and loves to create vibrant art that incorporate people of color and queer folks.
Featuring screen printers, embroiderers, potters, and more, the Marketplace invites you to put liberty into action by buying local and supporting Philadelphia artists and makers who are promoting positive change through sustainable practices and representation.