Warm Springs Artisan Cohort Works to Develop Nonprofit
ONABEN, in partnership with the Warm Springs Community Action Team and the Small Business Administration Growth Accelerator Fund, worked with artists of the Warm Springs reservation to design and build a brand for their developing nonprofit. Alongside the branding process, entrepreneurial training to further develop the artists' business skills was conducted.
As a result of this process, the nonprofit was named, a logo was created, a gallery booklet featuring the artisan community was developed, business cards for artists and nonprofit representatives were designed, and a website created. This past August, a soft launch of the brand was introduced at Trading at the River (Eugene OR) and during the Solar Eclipse (Madras and Warm Springs OR).
ONABEN is pleased to introduce Tamánwit, a Community of Warm Springs Artists. Visit their WEBSITE and learn about the organization, discover their artist community and find upcoming events where these artists will showcase and sell their works.
Special thanks and acknowledgements to Leah Guliasi, Chris Watson and the entire Warm Springs Community Action Team; US Small Business Administration Growth Accelerator program; Cuny Communications.