Sardenia: Trends and Traditions of Arts and Craft

The island of Sardinia is a privileged place to understand the ancient Mediterranean ceramic and textile traditions. Here, both techniques have been preserved and re-evaluated thanks to contemporary esthetical adaptations. Cagliari, the fascinating capital of the Island, hosts some amazing ceramic exhibitions, and in the interior cities of Oristano and Samugheo, Textiles Museums allow to discover these ancients traditions while in Orgosolo there is a mask exposition that explains the famous carnival tradition of Mamuthones. 

Three half-days ceramic workshop in an experience Hotel in Oliena with time to discover and relax the environs.
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By Giusi Carai
Giusi holds a Master of Art from the King’s College in London, with a final dissertation on digital publishing and travel industry: "If Marco Polo had a blog. Travel publishing in the digital age". She shares with Elesta the passion for arts and crafts and has developed an extensive knowledge of her region. She studied communication at the University of Siena and went on to specialize in communication for cultural heritage. Giusi and Alessio Neri are our preferred partners do design and create journeys in Sardinia.

Photo by Emanuela Colombo, Beatrice Costa, Elisabetta Gavazzi, Elena Artoni, Rossano Valeri

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