On our series of Saturday master-classes you will learn about the country’s rich cultural heritage. Through storytelling, you will be introduced to the origin of the product, the qualities and philosophical meaning behind each traditional product.
You will learn how to make traditional crafts including felt, embroidery, chiy mat, kurak patchwork, pottery as well as nomads’ bread and fried tea.
Along the Silk Road exchange continued for hundreds of years between people of different regions. Artisan products are one of its major legacies and have become foundations of cultural identity for people along the Silk Road.
When: Saturdays from 13 Feb - 20 Mar
Where: G.Aitiev Arts Museum
Abdrahmanov str 196, Bishkek (near Hyatt hotel) https://maps.app.goo.gl/1YJDCV4JqqSHcyze7
Cost: 1000 som for one class
Cost: 4500 som for all 6 master-classes - our Special offer!
(all the necessary materials included)
If you want to attend the whole series, but can’t make some of the classes this time, you can catch up in the next round of master-classes.
-Number of participants will be limited to 8;
-Respecting social distancing, wearing mask, using hand sanitizer.
ph: +996 559 336 001
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