Heart Berry's CEO named as one of the First People's Fund "Artist in Business Leadership" Fellows for 2021.
Alongside an incredible group of artists, entrepeneurs, and culture bearers, we are thrilled to be a part of this project.
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A collaboration between John's Hopkins Great Lake Hub and the Fond du Lac Band brought together community members to share about their strengths and resilience. The amazing photographer Nedahness Greene and Heart Berry's Howes were asked to create art to visually represent their words. These pieces are available through Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota, Howes' home community. For prints and information on Nedahness Greene connect with her on her facebook. For more information on custom art from Heart Berry email firstname.lastname@example.org Check the gallery-- Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene...
We had a great time with
John Pepion and Smudge for your thoughts!
Heart Berry's Howes and Pepion share about their journeys from art hustle to indigenous entrepeneurship.
Hear the inside of our mentorship with Eighth Generation and Louie Gong.
The 2020 Duluth News Tribune Lifestyle Gift Guide features Heart Berry!
This year's gift guide brings together local artisans and this year has featured Heart Berry's Great Water Hoodie! We love this hoodie and no matter how many times we threaten to retire it we always bring the Lake Superior image back by popular demand.
"Being at the heart of connection." Howes describes how cultural art, Ojibwe design, and running a business builds community in this interview with Jaida Grey Eagle from Minnesota Public Radio.
Howes was named an Indigenous Changemakers as part of Minnesota Public Radio's series alongside Lieutenant Peggy Flanagan, Author Brenda Child, and a host of incredible Indigenous Minnesotans.
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