Courses of Traditional Craft 2013

16 September 2013

The Georgian National Museum G. Chitaia Open Air Museum of Ethnography presents courses of the traditional craft every weekend from 1pm to 5pm starting from August 24, 2013. The project takes place within the framework of supporting and promoting the Georgian traditional craft and folk art.

Along with ongoing tendency for globalization, the popularisation of craft and folk art becomes an inavitable part of preserving National traditions and culture in many different countries.

Visitors will have an amazing opportunity to meet masters of the traditional Georgian craft, explore and learn more about local traditions, take part in workshops and courses of crafting and save this part of the National tradition to future generations.

Admission to the workshops is free for the applicants who register in advance.

For more information and the registration, please contact us at 2 729 046 or 599 363 680

Address: 1, Turtle Lake Road