The help of hand or mechanical tools, provided the direct manual contribution of the artisan is the most substantial component of the finished product” and recognises that “the special nature of handicrafts derives from their distinctive traits, which may be utilitarian, aesthetic, artistic, creative, culturally significant, decorative, functional, traditional, religious, and socially symbolic and meaningful.” Local craft makers contribute to innovation and economic growth in their regions through the application of old techniques, through the development of new products. Are they fulfilling the mission of engagement between business and regional identity? How they do it? Dialogue Café Evora | FEA proposes to organise a session on Makers, sustainability, marketplaces and regional development, which will take place on 28 May from 15h to 17h London time. The session will bring together experts, makers, local and regional authorities, owners of marketplaces to discuss and share concrete knowledge.
Dialogue Café Lisboa
-Ana Margarida Ferreira, PhD, IADE - Universidade Europeia-Fatima Az-Zahra Durkee, Co-Founder of Passa ao Futuro Project-Bernardo Gaeiras, Executive Director of Fab Lab Lisboa and Creative Hub Mouraria
Dialogue Café Évora – Social Innovation Centre of the Eugenio de Almeida Foundation (EAF)
-Carla Lã-Branca, "Powering Arts & Crafts Book - Roteiro para apoio à artesãos", FEA – apresentaçãomanual para os makers
-Filipe Themudo Barata, UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage and Traditional Know-How
-Maria Manuela Pais Rosa Pina, Maker
-Ana Figueiredo, Maker
-Inês Paulino, Maker
-Helder Cavaca, Maker
Dialogue Café Évora – ADRAL Alentejo Regional Development Agency
-Tiago Cabeça, Aldeia da Terra
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