New Native-owned businesses
2447 S.E. Ankeny St.
Quintana Galleries features Northwest Coast, Arctic, Southwest and Mexican art and jewelry collections. To view the entire collection, visit their website.
TGIFrybread: Authentic Native American Cuisine
4810 S.W. Western Ave., Beaverton
This food cart specializes in Native American frybread, NdN tacos made by owners who hail from the Yakama Nation in Washington State and the Blackfeet Nation in Montana.
Annual Delta Park Powwow & Encampment
- June 14–16, 2019
- East Delta Park (10737 N. Union Ct)
- Presented by the Bow & Arrow Culture Club
Upcoming Native Community Organizations and Events
CCNA: Not Fragile
Through June 9, 2019
Portland Art Museum (1219 S.W. Park Ave.)
The Center for Contemporary Native Art is a dedicated gallery for presenting the work and perspectives of contemporary Native artists. At the core of the Center’s mission is a commitment to partner with Native artists and communities in co-creating exhibitions, interpretation, and programming. Through the exhibitions in this space, the Museum strives to center Native voices and perspectives as well as cultivate a sense of connection, partnership, and shared vision between Native communities and the museum.
For more information: https://portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/ccna-not-fragile/
April 13–May 5, 2019
U.S. Bank Main Stage at The Armory (128 N.W. 11th Ave.)
Crossing Mnisose (pronounced “mini-so-shay”) tells the story of one of America’s first feminists, Sacajawea, and draws a line from a completely original view of Lewis and Clark to the present day, as descendants of the Dakota and Lakota Nations continue their fight for the Mnisose (or what Europeans named the “Missouri River”) and the lands that contain the burials of their ancestors. To find tickets, visit their website.