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Years ago in the time of the Rwandan Kings, there once was a prince who decided to decorate his house by molding geometric shapes onto the wall of his hut using cow dung. In time, this technique was developed into a popular form of traditional Rwandan art called “Imigongo.” During your workshop, you will learn the history of Imigongo Art in Rwanda. You will then paint your own chosen Imigongo (cow dung Art) to take away with you.
Moroccan Babouch—traditional leather slippers—are a popular purchase for visitors to the Marrakech souks, often produced in beautiful designs and bright colors. On this tour, take part in a hands-on workshop led by a local craftsman, learn how the leather is dyed and prepared, and make your very own pair of Babouch slippers to take home as a souvenir. During the workshop, take a break to enjoy Moroccan afternoon tea with your guide.
Learn the story of the world’s first paper on a private tour of a papyrus workshop in Cairo. You’ll follow the papyrus-making process from beginning to end, discover its ancient Egyptian roots, and make your own papyrus paper. Since the tour is designed as a cultural and experience, you won’t be pressured to buy anything, leaving you free to simply enjoy the outing.
Morocco is famous for their beautiful leather goods. Spend part of your day learning about the art of leather making at a local workshop in Marrakesh. This small-group tour, limited to 15 guests, provides an in-depth look at the ancient craft and gain hands-on experience to make your own handmade leather product. This workshop is open to people of all ages and skill levels.
Gain hands-on experience working with natural materials on a tour to a nearby village from Muhanga. Work with members of a crafts cooperative to pick up traditional hive-making and candle-dipping skills, and create two of your own candles to take home as souvenirs. Keep energized for your day of handiwork with a local lunch included, and benefit from the undivided attention of your host on a private excursion.
Souvenirs You Must Buy in MoroccoCeramics. Blue and white - what a sight! Morocco is famous for its distinct pottery and ceramics. ...Spices. Ras El Hanout. What's Ras el hanout? ...Lanterns. Let there be light! ...Tea Sets. Pinkies up! ...Argan Oil. The ultimate beauty product. ...Babouches. Shoe and tell.Discover the workshops of artisans in Marrakech marketsDiscover the unique beautiful Moroccan carpets: Berber carpets, Arab carpet, and Touareg carpet
Come along to our Kigali Studio and paint a Piggy. The Pigs are made from clay in the rural communities of Rwandan and fired in the traditional clay. They make a wonderful gift which you can personalise by painting your own. You also chose the African fabric ear's and tail. This is a wonderful activity to do with Kids but fun for the whole family too.
Hello, my name is Najla and I come today with the goal of producing this treasure Argan oil, without filtration with all his benefits, In this class, I want to do a traditional home experience to show you how to do 100% real oil in a simple and healthy way!
We are the only ones who deliver this experience in Rabat/Sale region which make it very unique. The experience will benefit you with knowledge about the artisanal industry of Morocco and will make it easier for you to navigate in Morocco.
The day in the village of Douar Oulad Elguern, "Back to Simplicity", on the Marrakech Plain, is totally unique and is only operated by my company. The experiences gained from the visit are based on the real-life, everyday activities going on that day in the village. For the day you are a very welcome villager. Nothing is "put on"; everything is real, everything is live and you can be very much a part of it all.
This activity provides a culturally immersive experience while providing income to local Ugandan female artisans. Tourists will love learning about the lives and careers of these women, and how their craft in clay jewelry has allowed them to provide schooling, healthcare, and bright futures for their families. Every tourist will go home with a special hand-made jewelry piece that they personally made with the help of these special women!
Philography is an old Islamic Ottoman art moved from Turkey to Jordan through the Ottoman era in the region. The Ottomans left behind many of the types of the arts that their descendants still seek to preserve from extinction and keep for generations after generation.These include the art of "Philography" or drawing with wires and nails, which some may think it’s a men's art because of its tools, which consist of wood, hammers, Nails and colored fabric or copper wires. But many women in Turkey have been involved in this art, and there have been artists who apply it in a scientific way and organize workshops to teach it. They also hold exhibitions all over the world, especially in the Arab and Islamic countries, where some of the traces left by the Ottomans such as Jordan.
Our voluntourism projects allow you to enjoy the sights and sounds of Rwanda while at the same time making a difference to the host community. This is an excellent way to get the most out of your holiday in Rwanda, and spend some time with us making a difference to the hosts and the environment. There are so many remarkable, charitable projects that Red Rocks initiatives are involved in, both conservation and community led which our clients can visit and be a part of – from clinics, to schools, to hospitals, to self-improvement, to conservation projects.When you travel and give your skills and your time it makes us feel better, not only about ourselves, but also about the potential difference that you are making in the world. It makes us feel part of something bigger than just us … alive. Become a part of ongoing efforts to support sustainable development while exploring Rwanda and its culture.
Screen printing is a unique old fashioned way of direct printing on almost anything. It's FUN and straightforward, and once you get proper instruction, you can create and print by yourself on T-shirts, Tote Bags, fabric, wood, and paper.At our studio we create, Teach, Sell and LOVE screen printing, and we are doing it since 2010 in south Tel Aviv.
Great for visitors with limited time, this tour showcases Azerbaijani cuisine and culture all in one immersive day. Visit the Qala Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, where you can participate in hands-on workshops in traditional handicrafts like pottery, carpetmaking, blacksmithing, and cooking. Afterwards, take a seat at the posh Art Club restaurant in Baku’s old city for a guided wine tasting and lunch.
To learn, share, discover, you must be well surrounded, in a warm space where you feel comfortable.In the workshops, it's the imagination, big and small, who is in power!Learning, creation, relaxation, pottery workshops, sewing workshops, painting workshops.
With decades of experience under their perfume belts, the scent savants at Perfume Prive Workshop assist an endless number of groups to create their signature scent. Using the highest-quality fragrances from around the globe, these specialist scent creators produce sweet-smelling serums free of any harsh undertones associated with low-quality chemical-based scents.Step into their fragrant world and discover what scent suits you while being treated to a display of free champagne, hot drinks and snacks Learn to weave your signature scent from authentic perfume oils and be the envy of all your friends and family.. Perfume workshops are especially ideal forteam building as research has proved that people who work in scentedareas have demonstrated a higher self-efficiency level and are morelikely to adopt efficient work strategies.
This tour take you to the safe places under control of Egyptian government Top Quality for affordable price Hassle free & No pushing.Perfect way of packaging for long travel. Help you to see how these staff was made by live show that you share them your self.After this great experience you tell by your self the difference between real and fake staff.
Vous pouvez choisir l'atelier que vous souhaitez sur place :atelier couture,tissage,broderie,macramé ....vous allez apprendre quelque techniques, et vous pouvez réaliser votre oeuvre et la prendre avec vous après le cours.On partage avec vous notre savoir faire.
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos.Kampala is Uganda's national and commercial capital bordering Lake Victoria, Africa's largest lake. Hills covered with red-tile villas and trees surround an urban centre of contemporary skyscrapers. In this downtown area, the Uganda Museum explores the country's tribal heritage through an extensive collection of artefacts. On nearby Mengo Hill is Lubiri Palace, the former seat of the Buganda Kingdom.The Nile is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, and is commonly regarded as the longest river in the world, though some sources cite the Amazon River as the longest
Our Workshops are aimed to give you basic Can Control, and set you off on the path to create your own art. We will practice the basic rules of writing and painting on walls, as well as using different pre-made creative stencils. We supply you with quality paints and unique materials, so you can create your own piece of art. Participant will get to display their work in the street and get a memorable souvenir from the experience.