craftspeople


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crafts·people

 (krăfts′pē′pəl)
pl.n.
People who practice a craft; artisans.
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craftspeople

[ˈkrɑːftspiːpəl] nplartisans mpl
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It is a formal ratification of the invaluable skills of India's master weavers and craftspeople whose artistry has been handed down to them generationally.
Such boundless luxury will be enhanced through a suite of features only the designers, craftspeople and artisans at the Home of Rolls-Royce can imagine and create.
Visitors will explore a store stocked with incredible handmade gifts, fashion accessories, and homewares from Queenslands leading craftspeople and designers.
These stories offer lessons to fellow aspiring craftspeople and provides an inviting set of inspections into not the craft of woodworking, but the art of centering one's attention to allow creative forces to blossom.
TAP) - "Traditional carpets and weaving grew by 120% between 2016 and 2017, reflecting the dynamic that characterises this sector employing nearly 102 thousand artisans, or 63% of all craftspeople, Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts, Selma Elloumi said at the inauguration of the 6th edition of the Carpet and Traditional Weaving Fair at El Kram Exhibition Centre.
A century later, as New Hampshire's economy tumbled in the Great Depression, New Hampshire craftspeople and a visionary governor came together to use our artistic vitality to rebuild the economy.
Put together by a not-for-profit NGO established in 1981, Dastkar, the bazaar aims at helping craftspeople regain their place in the economic mainstream, in a country where craft is second only to agriculture in providing employment.
Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said: "The Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood is a source of inspiration for artists, patrons and craftspeople.
Ford says each Kuga Vignale model will be hand-finished by craftspeople at the state-of-the-art Vignale Centre at Ford's manufacturing facility in Valencia, Spain.
The festival would feature artisans-at-work exhibition, provincial cultural pavilions, folkloric song and dance ensembles, rural musicians, public organizations and NGOs, general assembly of craftspeople, traditional cuisine, exotic craft bazaar, inaugural and award ceremonies and many other attractions, said the organizers.
COLOURFUL carpets,quaint jewellery,silk saris and a plethora of cuisines to choose from -- the third edition of cross- cultural craft bazaar organised by Dastkaar,in partnership with Delhi Tourism,' Crossing Boundaries' will showcase craftspeople from Afghanistan,Bangladesh,Ethiopia,Pakistan,Vietnam,Nepal and Uzbekistan along with their Indian counterparts.
The HSI scheme is based at the North of England Civic Trust on Newcastle Quayside, and was launched in 2006 after a series of reports drew attention to the shortage of skilled heritage craftspeople available to maintain the region's built environment and engineering heritage.