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We sell quality gifts and goods with a mission of advancing, promoting, and investing in Indigenous and diverse artists and entrepreneurs.

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GICLEE ON CANVAS

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CLOTHING

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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PURSES, TOTE BAGS

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BEAD SHOW &

ORIGINAL ART

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JEWELRY & BEADWORK

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BOOKS & JOURNALS

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SEEDS

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PAPER PRINTS POSTERS

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FOODS & TEAS

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HOME DECOR

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GIFT CERTIFICATES

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Indigenous First Art and Gift Shop helps display the art work of 80 different artist with a majority of them being Native American! Our goal is to help promote Indigenous Artist!

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We carry Indigenous foods such as herbal teas, naturally harvested wild rice, maple syrup, maple sugar, honey, hominy, hazelnut flour,wild rice pancake mix,and white corn flour. We source our food from various local and regional Indigenous food producers. Our goal is to promote organic healthy foods in our local Duluth community

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We carry authentic hand made moccasins, shawls and scarfs.  We also  offer a variety of empowering clothing options in t-shirt, hoodies and baby onesies.

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Manidoominens: Still Beading After 10,000 Years. This art exhibition is curated by Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe tribal member & artist Wendy Savage! This show has the works of 29 beadwork artists in this region representing 14 tribal Nations in the midwest and Canada! This show is historic as this is the first group beadwork show in Duluth! And the work is phenomenal! 

Due to the pandemic, this is a virtual show for now and will "open" on October 9 and end on January 8, 2021. Click here to view the virtual gallery!This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, thanks to appropriations from Minnesota State Legislature’s General Fund.

Artwork featured: Robyn Vanwert, Rainy River First Nations tribal member
Flyer graphic design: Moira Villiard, Fond du Lac Ojibwe direct descendant
Photo of artwork: Ivy Vainio, Grand Portage Ojibwe direct descendant

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Our Self-Care Package is a one of a kind gift that includes Sakari Botanicals wood rose soaking salt, sweetgrass cream, sweetgrass lip butter, a small shell and small sage. This package was designed for relaxation and wellness in hopes that these items sooth your mind. The ingredients from the Sakari Botanicals gifts were harvested this growing season and are very fragrant and fresh!!! The wood   rose soaking salt can be used in a bath or as a scrub on your skin. The sweetgrass cream soothes skin with a fragrant smell. With winter approaching the sweetgrass lip butter will help with chap lips. Sakari farms practices organic and biodynamic growing practices and hold the Intertribal Agricultural Council’s “Made by Native American” patent certification. This Self-Care Package would be an amazing gift to treat yourself or a loved one.

 

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AICHO honors the resiliency of Native American people by strengthening communities and centering Indigenous values in all aspects of our work; we provide housing and supportive services while also managing arts, cultural, and food sovereignty initiatives in Duluth, Minnesota.

202 W 2nd st

Duluth MN, 55802

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Tel: 1(218) 590 - 3305

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