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Northwest Indian Community Development Center

Contact: Tuleah Palmer
Work 1819 Bemidji Ave N Bemidji Minnesota 56601 Work Phone: 218-759-2022Website: Northwest Indian Community Development Center
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Biographical Info

NWICDC provides ongoing and developing opportunities for people to access arts as a means for wellness and cultural empowerment.

This mission of the Northwest Indian Community Development Center is to identify, coordinate and deliver resources that promote wellness and equity for American Indian families in northwest and north-central Minnesota.

We have weekly sewing and beading circles, there is a sewing center located at NWICDC that provides opportunity for community members to create. We have cultural artists who provide workshop learning for all ages. We also have events where we provide free vendor opportunities for artists to sell. These vary as do the creative opportunities. The ‘circles’ are weekly events where participants get together to create and share ideas and knowledge. A variety of learning opportunities both hands on and in professional development capacities.

Categories: Pine to Prairie Fiber Arts Trail

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The mission of Midwest Fiber Arts Trails is to honor the Midwest’s rich textile heritage and celebrate and promote the work of contemporary fiber artists.

Address: 229 Minnetonka Ave S #181 Wayzata, MN 55391 • Phone : 612.961.1601 • Email: