Folk & Tribal Arts Pop-up: RoHo Goods
At the Museum
Be generous to your loved ones while supporting the local community and international artisans. Over four weekends, from November 27 to December 20, shop featured vendors from Folk & Tribal Arts Marketplace. This safely scaled-down outdoor version of our beloved annual fundraiser offers a fine array of handcrafted items.
25% of sales benefit Museum exhibits and programs. Shopping the pop-ups and store are free, no reservation is required, and Museum admission is not included.
All pop-ups are Friday–Sunday, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM.
Friday, November 27–Sunday, November 29: Peruvian Imports: high-quality, handmade alpaca wool clothing and accessories
Friday, December 4–Sunday, December 6: Anomaly Imports: handmade gifts such as palm baskets and products from the Zapotec Weavers of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca
Friday, December 11–Sunday, December 13: RoHo Goods: Kitenge fabric masks, one-of-a-kind Kenyan beaded leather sandals, cowhide bags, African beaded jewelry, Binga baskets, and cowhide home goods
Friday, December 18–Sunday, December 20: La Calenda: folk art from Oaxaca, clothing and textiles, jewelry, sculptures, and Talavera Pottery
Other ways to shop and support
Pop-up shops aren’t the only way to find unique gifts while supporting the Museum. Throughout December, a selection of beautiful items from many other favorite marketplace vendors will be available on-site in the Museum Store, which is open Wednesday–Sunday, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM. This selection of items will also be available through our online store.
Folk & Tribal Arts Marketplace and Folk & Tribal Arts Pop-ups are fundraisers; Member discounts are not applicable.