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Aagor

Aagor artisans create apparel and home accessories in traditional "Bodo" style weaving with handspun, dyed and loomed cottons and silk.

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Abrazo Style

Abrazo Style is delighted to collaborate with Aid to Artisans in an effort to enhance creative enter...

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African Art

African Art produces home and fashion accessories using traditional materials and techniques.

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Aj Quen

Aj Quen is a small group of eight young women who crochet, do beadwork and some weaving.

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Albinos Craft Enterprise

Based in Albazine near the capital, Maputo, Albino Wache works primarily in sandalwood to produce organically inspired vases.

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Aldama

A neighbor of San Andres Larrainzar, this Tsotsil municipality has  developed a wide selection of e...

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Alegria Home

After nearly a decade in NYC, textile designer Allison Jones found herself in Mexico City. Supportin...

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Alejandro’s Ceramica

Ilobasco, El Salvador is known for traditional red clay ceramics and is the home of Alejandro’s Cerámica.

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Alpaca Style

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.

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Alternativa

Alternativa works with a variety of artisan workshops that work in textiles, wood, metal and ceramic.

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AMUCHE

Project Dates: 2007 – 2012 AMUCHE which means “Ceramics” in Wayunaki, is a small f...

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Annihoova Enterprise

Fabiao Samuel is owner of the Annihoova Enterprise, a group of 17 hardwood carvers based in the northern Mozambican province of Nampula.

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Antakarana

Antakaran artisans paint wood bowls and trays with animal patterns.

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Areket

Project Date : 2011- 2012 Areket is a small association in the Wayuu area of Colombia that produces ...

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Arte Campo

ArteCampo is a major handcraft development and marketing organization based in Santa Cruz.

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