Asian Street Market
Thanks for coming!
We are grateful for all the vendors, artists, volunteers and guests that came out to join us at the Asian Street Market at the Frist Museum! Make sure to follow us on social media to learn more events that highlight and celebrate API culture.
If you weren't able to join us at the event, you can still go to the Frist Art Museum and see the Weaving Splendor exhibit through December 31st.
Meet the Vendors
Learn more about the market vendors!
RICEY & Co. Catering
Through private catering, classes, and pop-ups, RICEY & Co. brings you the ultimate sushi experience. When not at The Frist, you can catch them at Love & Exile on Monday evenings.
Kuniko Creates is a gift shop filled with unique art and gifts created by Japanese American artist and crafter, Yoko Ono. She uses this shop as a way of connecting with others authentically. Shop items are based on nostalgia, nature, mental health awareness, spooky vibes, and even activism.
Bat's Baths believes that self care is very important and that everyone deserves to have some fun doing so. We have been making bath and body products with pop culture, nerdiness and anime inspiration since 2016. We do our best to use responsibly sourced and biodegradable ingredients so you can feel good about feeling good!
Chloe Duvall is a dark pop singer/songwriter from Music City, USA. With soaring vocals and daring lyrics, Chloe Duvall sets the stage for strong female artists. Chloe had her first gig at The Listening Room in Nashville when she was only 11 years-old. Ever since then, Chloe has embarked on a passionate musical journey that would change her life forever.
Performing at 1:00 PM
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API Middle Tennessee is a nonprofit organization working toward racial justice by building API community, lifting API voices, and celebrating API identities. Your donations help us make Middle Tennessee a place where Asian and Pacific Islanders can thrive.