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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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KFED allocated a capital of AED 1 million for 'Sougha' to promote Emirati handicrafts and heritage, preserve the UAE culture, and train the local craftsmen and craftswomen to turn their skills into real occupations in which they can earn a monthly income.
With regard to financing difficulties, Chahed instructed the regional authorities and the Minister of Finance to examine the possibility of increasing the value of loans granted to craftswomen.
Models showcase the jewellery made by refugee craftswomen involved in jewellery line project.
Considering the comprehensive potential of using the TSR in the production of knowledge on organizational realities, the aim of this paper is to present the social representations circulating among the craftswomen of the Public Solidarity Economy Commercialization Center (PSECC) in the city of Cariacica-ES, about the work carried out there and the movement in which they are included.
As an entrepreneur, it is her goal to connect the craftswomen of Balochistan to the market, so that they may cash in on their traditional skills.
Addressing as chief guest at handicrafts exhibition which was held by Katch Council in collaboration with culture department here, the Assistant Commissioner said the provincial government was fully appreciating the role of the craftsmen and craftswomen towards the national socio-economic development and planning to launch more initiatives and provide them opportunities for augmenting their role in national development.
"Indoartamiks" (Indonesia-art-batik-ceramics) was initiated as a direct response to a group of craftswomen and students from SMK1 Rota in Bayat, Klaten, who requested ideas how to innovate their products for the global market.
Her chapters are neo-feudal ornamentalism and elitist fantasies; producing cosmopolitanism, hierarchy, and social cohesion; design genius and his ghost others; charitable non-love and philanthro-capitalism; insubordinations of the laughing craftswomen; erotic capital and benevolence of the vampish goddesses; and fashion, whisky, and "muscular" neo-royals.
In the Hindu Kush mountains craftswomen painstakingly stitch flowing scarves, skilled artisans who were unable to sell their products beyond the remote region until mobile internet came to Pakistan and dropped the market into the palms of millions of previously marginalised people.
Distinctive Kilim woolen rugs and intricate hand- knotted silk carpets from Afghanistan,handwoven dhurries and carpets by traditional weavers from Uttar Pradesh and Kashmir,embroidered suf,sujini and lambani by craftswomen from Gujarat,Bihar and Karnataka are a few highlights of the bazaar,along with Indian bandhini and shibori from India.
www.museumwales.ac.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.