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Karelian Craftsmen Will Show Their Skills
10.04.2012 12:54
Karelian Craftsmen Will Show Their Skills
Russian crafts

The exhibition “FormSound” will be opened in Karelia on the occasion of the anniversary of the famous Craftsmen's Guild.

      The Karelian Guild will be celebrating its fifteenth birthday at the City Exhibition Hall of Petrozavodsk from April 12 to May 6, 2012.

      Craftsmen from various parts of Russia will present their works, created in different techniques: patchwork, lacing, embroidery, knitting, weaving. Visitors can see the author's dolls, folk costumes and handicrafts made of felt, wood and ceramics.

      Master classes dedicated to the traditional crafts of Karelia will be held during the exhibition.  

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Karelia Russian exhibitions Petrozavodsk Russian Arts and Crafts 

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