Representing Australia in the World Crafts Council
I am Jaipur,India based tour operator whose 90% customers
are Australians on my 3-sector 15-day heritage tours of India.
375 Aussies have already taken my tours and 148 are more to come
within 9 months.
I am a member of SBAA,BusinessSA & soon would be of Australian
Institute of Company Directors.
I am interested in joining your organization and deepening my
relations with Australia. Most Australians buy some handicrafts
from Jaipur – my city.
Thimote Antoine , a Painter, I am very good in artistic creativity and craftsmanship .I am also very good in the decoration of houses with paint I know how to cope or make mixture of paint.
I am a Haitian living in northern Haiti .if you to desire someone to work with me to work with you in not going to regret you Thimote Antoine with you .merci Jehovah blessed you
Merhaba, I am a craftswomen in Turkey. And resarch asistant.I weaving carpet. Traditionally metod use. My grandmother teacher me. And, my big imagine =one time, I teach this art, learn want persons on the World. Because, this hand made carpets weaving technic dead in my village and world. But time pass very fast. And my imagine still aliave.
(I suppose true makeup centenses, because my english not good)
That’s wonderful to read. Do you have a local craft organisation? You might want to follow our publication http://www.garlandmag.com to learn what is happening in the craft world.
I am saeid marandian hagh from Iran with Resume below
lecturer of university
fully authorized representative of world childrens right in iran
top inventor in iran
providerof cllass 1 world standard for carpet repairing
class 1 artist of iran
I’m the only person in the world who can fix Size differences in handmade rugs
This can generate a lot of income, jobs and business
I can’t do that in my own country
Because copyright in our country is not respected
Can I get help from you in this field and introduce my work and find an investor?
The First International Handicrafters Festival will be held in Kokand, Uzbekistan, 10-15 September 2019. This coincides with the special issue of our Garland magazine on Central Asia.
Shouldn’t this be dated 2020? Or is this news item out of date?
It’s every two years, so we expect it to be in 2021. Thanks for being such a careful reader.
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