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The steps for the construction of the basketwork work will be agreed in writing with the liaison officer of the Central Uusimaa rescue service.
Contents: After a brief introduction, users can select from dozens of topics such as basketwork, burial customs, children, dances, hunting, and weaving to view sets of photographs.
22) Perhaps the most direct reiteration of biblical history in The Misfortunes of Elphin is the appearance of the bard Taliesin: like Moses, who was discovered lying in "an ark of bulrushes" in the Nile River by the daughter of the Pharaoh of Egypt, Taliesin is found by Elphin, sleeping in a coracle ("a small boat of basketwork, sheathed with leather" [Misfortunes, 37n.
imports from Rwanda include coffee, basketwork, tungsten ore, and apparel and accessories.
Among attractions were hand-loom weaving, spinning, clog-making, basketwork, tatting and pottery.
Antone was so grateful because her mother had taught her everything she knew about basketmaking, but had never received much fame from her own handwork - certainly not the fame Annie Antone has gained through her intricate basketwork.
The Bretby story starts in Linthorpe, a village near Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire, and a pottery opened there by Christopher A Bretby pottery jardiniere and stand moulded with flowers, basketwork and neoclassical designs.
Woods, wicker and basketwork keep the natural theme alive, while pots of white flowers displayed in terracotta and roughglazed white pots add a pretty touch without being precious.
The Enga Provincial Government came to the rescue and provided one million kina for repair, landscaping, basketwork to secure the hill and protection from erosion by the creek.
The livelihood school, which functions under the State Institute of Capacity Building, is providing training related to bamboo products to 30 unemployed youth and is teaching them how to make different things like basketwork, flowers, mats and decorative items.
Alongside the French bread and patisseries, there will be pancakes, cheese, wine, Parisian handbags, wooden toys and basketwork on offer.
THE MAIN GALLERY of the Diisseldorf kunstverein, in which Hafner and Pryde have assembled a tiny selection of works from Pryde's production of the past eighteen years (the earliest of which, The Idea of Caprice, 1995, a rack of empty packaging for a coffeemaker, a hair dryer, a whiskey bottle, pens, and so on, was exhibited in her first solo show, at Galerie Neu, that same year), is dominated by photographs of fabric and spinning basketwork (The Mystery of Artistic Work, III, VI, and VII, all 2010) hanging from the ceiling on metal hooks (or, in one case, from a blue ribbon).