Aagor artisans create apparel and home accessories in traditional "Bodo" style weaving with handspun, dyed and loomed cottons and silk.
Abrazo Style is delighted to collaborate with Aid to Artisans in an effort to enhance creative enter...
African Art produces home and fashion accessories using traditional materials and techniques.
Aj Quen is a small group of eight young women who crochet, do beadwork and some weaving.
Based in Albazine near the capital, Maputo, Albino Wache works primarily in sandalwood to produce organically inspired vases.
A neighbor of San Andres Larrainzar, this Tsotsil municipality has developed a wide selection of e...
After nearly a decade in NYC, textile designer Allison Jones found herself in Mexico City. Supportin...
Ilobasco, El Salvador is known for traditional red clay ceramics and is the home of Alejandro’s CerÃ¡mica.
Alpaca Style’s skilled Aymara artisans continue the tradition of embroidered shawls by embroidering classic as well as contemporary designs on baby alpaca cloth – one of the finest natural fibers in the world.
Alternativa works with a variety of artisan workshops that work in textiles, wood, metal and ceramic.
Project Dates: 2007 – 2012
AMUCHE which means “Ceramics” in Wayunaki, is a small f...
Fabiao Samuel is owner of the Annihoova Enterprise, a group of 17 hardwood carvers based in the northern Mozambican province of Nampula.
Antakaran artisans paint wood bowls and trays with animal patterns.
Project Date : 2011- 2012
Areket is a small association in the Wayuu area of Colombia that produces ...
ArteCampo is a major handcraft development and marketing organization based in Santa Cruz.