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craftsman

1. a member of a skilled trade; someone who practises a craft; artisan
2. an artist skilled in the techniques of an art or craft
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Presenting these skills, particularly to young people, enables us to showcase many of the exciting projects and products the Bidwa craftswomen have worked on and how there is strong demand globally for their skills.
The cluster consists of 30 members, 75 per cent of whom are craftswomen entrepreneurs.
A collaborative project was suggested between the craftswomen, SMK1 Rota students, and a group of established graffiti artists from the thriving art scene in Jogjakarta.
ISLAMABAD -- An exhibition of apparels for women and children and other accessories was put on display by the rural craftswomen for celebrating Eid and earning respectful livelihood.
uk Until February 13: See expert craftswomen at work during the annual Quiltfest at the International Pavilion in Llangollen, north Wales.
The total participants in the competitions of craft excellence and Sultan Qaboos Competition for Craft Excellence is about 6679 of craftsmen and women, of them 4876 craftswomen, which constitutes 73% of the total number.
The rugs feature depictions of village settings, symbols significant to the craftswomen, and renderings of the region's natural beauty--one shows the waters off the Cape of Good Hope.
The goal of the festival is to preserve cultural heritage, to promote Kyrgyz felt carpet art, to support craftswomen, to pass knowledge to next generations, At-Bashi district administration said.
There is also an outlet for Omani Women's Association in Salalah and another outlet for craftswomen.
GETTING THE NEEDLE: Craftswomen Helen Pryke, centre, with Sue Wilson, left and Irene Harrop, right, knitting in public in the window of Helen's yarn shop in Marsh Pictures by Julian Hughes (JH090612Bknit-02) * WOOLY MINDED: The knitting group members in action as part in the Knit in Public event at the Marsh shop (JH090612Bknit-01)
Showcasing handicrafts of 30 craftswomen, the exhibition was organised by the Afghan Relief Organisation (ARO) office in eastern provinces.
Young men who served an apprenticeship in the city were also admitted, but not craftswomen.