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SPIDER
SPIDER
INDIGO
INDIGO
TOWELS
TOWELS
Face
Face
Sunset
Sunset
Splash
Splash
Diamonds
Diamonds

Glass

Alone
Alone
Conversation
Conversation
Conversation
Conversation
Dance
Dance
Dance 2
Dance 2
Djembie
Djembie
Djembie
Djembie
Djembie
Djembie
Earth
Earth
Healing
Healing
Jewelry
Jewelry
Jewelry
Jewelry
Jewelry
Jewelry
Lovers
Lovers
Lovers
Lovers
Meditation
Meditation
Mother
Mother
Trapped
Trapped
People
People
Sunrise
Sunrise
Sea
Sea
Speckles
Speckles
Sunrise
Sunrise
Sunset
Sunset
Wisdom
Wisdom

Pottery

Adinkra
Adinkra
Burnishing
Burnishing
Cameron food bowl
Cameron food bowl
Cameron food bowl
Cameron food bowl
Ceramic
Ceramic
Bowl
Bowl
Plate
Plate
Pate
Pate
Plate
Plate
Plate
Plate
Plate
Plate
Star
Star

Sand Painting

painting

DOOR
DOOR
JACK
JACK
KANDA
KANDA
MERECINE BAG
MERECINE BAG
SAND
SAND
RITI
RITI
ROLLS
ROLLS
SERINGE TOUBA
SERINGE TOUBA

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Rosehall Artisan Potters – Jamaica

 

The Rosehall Artisan Potters project was established in collaboration with The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts, Rosehall Development, and USAID, and is aimed at raising the standards of local craft techniques. The project’s core objectives are: To revive the tradition of pottery in Rosetown, to create a sustainable, income-generating business model, and to facilitate a personal Development programme for participants.

Celebrating The Traditional Crafts of Northern Nigeria – Nigeria

 

The goal of this project was to develop a cadre of twenty young artists/craftspeople. With support from the British Council, this successful project ran for two years. The participants were diverse: mixed gender, from different parts of Northern Nigeria, both English and non-English speakers, practicing a range of crafts, and being both formally and informally trained in the range of crafts practiced.

Wellingara – The Gambia

 

 

The influx of cheap, machine-printed fabric and the poor state of the traditional practice of hand dyeing textiles prompted the setting up of this project. Working with local dyers and apprentices, the project focused on reviving the local natural dye tradition, looking at patterns, symbols, and meaning inherent in them.

 

 

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