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Regional Centres for Craftsmanship in Austria. ©UNESCO 2015
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Regional Centres for Craftsmanship in Austria

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For 15 years the Werkraum Bregenzerwald, Hand.Werk.Haus Salzkammergut, and Textiles Zentrum Haslach centres for craftsmanship in Austria, run by traditional craftspeople, have been working with international artists, educational and scientific bodies, and craft businesses to help safeguard their practices for future generations. Governed by associations, the centres offer training programmes for the public and exhibitions involving local and international artists, as well as forums for exchange and partnerships between practitioners and industry to safeguard the practices important to community identity.

on this subject: Nomination File/Dossier de candidature

Place/Country: Austria
Series: 2016 selection of safeguarding programmes, projects and activities list
Type: Documentary
Credits: David Rabeder, director. The Raven Films, producer. Austrian Commission for UNESCO, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Austrian Commission for UNESCO

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