Category: live demos

Murcia acoge la primera edición del ‘Artesanía Market Fest’, un mercado artesano que contará con música y talleres en directo

La iniciativa, impulsada por la Consejería de Empresa, reúne a artesanos de la Región para transmitir el arte y la innovación de sus creaciones en un ambiente festivo

El evento tendrá lugar los días 18,19 y 20 abril, en el Centro Regional de Artesanía de Murcia

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La Consejería de Economía, Hacienda y Empresa, a través de la Dirección General de Impulso al Comercio, Innovación Empresarial e Industrias y Oficios Artesanales, ha organizado la primera edición del ‘Artesanía Market Fest’, un evento festivo donde la artesanía será la protagonista.

Así, el Centro Regional de Artesanía de Murcia acogerá los días 18, 19 y 20 de abril esta iniciativa, que contará con música en directo, demostraciones y talleres y un mercado artesano con productos de decoración, moda, complementos y alimentación, entre otros.

El evento, que se desarrollará tanto en la zona de parking exterior del centro como dentro de sus instalaciones, acogerá talleres tanto para el público infantil, con los artesanos Anuka Creaciones y Fernando Martínez; como para adultos, con Vanesa Castaño e Isabel Puig. Además, se han programado ocho demostraciones en directo del trabajo artesano.

Asimismo, en el mercado artesanal participarán más de 20 artesanos de alfarería, prendas y complementos, joyería, alimentación o decoración, de toda la Región de Murcia como, por ejemplo, Menganita de Cual, Juan Guillén, José Antonio Zapata, Manteka Estudio, El Costurerico, María Moya, Knae Jewellery, Raquel Samper, Vanesa Castaño y Cristina Franco, entre otros.

Según destacó el director general del ramo, Rafael Gómez, se trata de un evento “dinámico, con una puesta en escena original que no dejará indiferente al visitante”. “Lo que pretendemos con la celebración de este primer ‘Artesanía Market Fest’ es mostrar la importancia de la artesanía de la Región, así como destacar algunos de sus valores, como son la sostenibilidad, la cercanía, la profesionalidad, la tradición y el diseño”, añadió Gómez.

Las tres jornadas estarán amenizadas con música en directo gracias a la participación de la banda murciana de rock Goblin Circus y de los DJ Plutonita, AlbalaDj, Dan Vidal, Alejandro Dj y Cruda Colectivo. ‘Artesanía Market Fest’ “es un evento que nace para quedarse y transmitir arte e innovación a través de las creaciones de los artesanos de la Región, rodeados de un ambiente de tendencia”, añadió el director general.

El encuentro artesano se celebrará jueves 18 de abril, en horario de 17 a 21 horas; y viernes 19 y sábado 20 de abril, en horario de 12 a 14 horas y de 17 a 21 horas.

El Centro de Artesanía de Murcia celebra la primera edición de ARTESANÍA MARKET FEST

El jueves 18, viernes 19 y sábado 20 de abril tendrá lugar en el Centro de Artesanía de Murcia el evento ‘Artesanía Market Fest’, con música en directo, demostraciones y talleres, y un mercado artesano con productos de decoración, moda, complementos y alimentación… Una iniciativa impulsada por la Dirección General de Impulso al Comercio, Innovación Empresarial e Industrias y Oficios Artesanales.

El mes de abril celebra con intensidad la primavera, y el Centro de Artesanía de Murcia lo hace con la primera edición del evento ‘Artesanía Market Fest’. Un encuentro festivo, impulsado por la Dirección General de Impulso al Comercio, Innovación Empresarial e Industrias y Oficios Artesanales, donde la artesanía será protagonista los días: jueves 18 en horario de 17 a 21 horas, y viernes 19 y sábado 20 de abril, en horario de 12 a 14 horas y de 17 a 21 horas.

Música en directo, talleres para niños y mayores, demostraciones del trabajo artesano, y mercado con productos de decoración, moda, complementos y alimentación… Además de photocall y zona de descanso. Y todo, tanto en la zona parking exterior del Centro de Artesanía como dentro de las instalaciones expositivas.

‘Artesanía Market Fest’ pone en valor la artesanía de la Región de Murcia, la intensa labor artesanal y la creatividad que existe en nuestra Región, y destaca la sostenibilidad y la humanización ligada a la producción y a la venta de cercanía; y los presenta en un entorno moderno y dinámico, con una puesta en escena original que no dejará indiferente al visitante.

El evento acoge talleres tanto para el público infantil con Anuka Creaciones, para crear un lapicero, y Fernando Martínez, de encuadernación japonesa, como para los más mayores, con Mamita is Love, para diseñar un porta-velas, e Isabel Puig, de trenzado de papel. La participación es gratuita e incluye todos los materiales. Los interesados deben inscribirse enviando un email a hola@lalumier.es

También hay demostraciones del trabajo artesano por El Costurerico, de moda sostenible, y Verónica Maccorin, de alfarería; y un mercado artesanal donde participarán más de 20 artesanos de prendas y complementos, joyería, alimentación, decoración… de toda la Región de Murcia, como Antorcha de Plata, Menganita de Cual, Juan Guillén, José Antonio Zapata, Manteka Estudio, El Costurerico, María Moya, Knae Jewellery, Lua Design, GataGata by María Ananda, Dulce Ana, Saiko, Tricchi, Raquel Samper, Mamita is Love, Macrahope, Baging, Epekes, Cris Cober Design, cerveza Canana L.A. Brew Pub, cerveza Trinitaria, quesos La Yerbera…

Tres jornadas amenizadas con música en directo, como la banda de rock Goblin Circus, con una propuesta de temas divertidos, llamativos, enérgicos y bailones; y la banda Veneziola, de pop independiente, con un estilo indie envolvente que atrapará al público con sus letras.

Y además, los deejays de estilo indie, pop, house y sonidos elegantes como Plutonita, AlbalaDj, Dan Vidal, Alejandro Dj y Cruda Colectivo.

‘Artesanía Market Fest’ es un evento que nace para quedarse y transmitir arte e innovación a través de las creaciones de los artesanos de la Región, rodeados de un ambiente de tendencia.

 

Open the period to register activities for the European Days of Crafts

  • It will be held in various European countries from March 27 to April 2.
  • Spain will be the guest country with the "Singular Encounters"

Europe will once again celebrate the European Craft Days from March 27 to April 2. During that week, free activities will be offered that will bring visitors and curious people of all ages closer to the sphere of artisan creation. Fairs, open days in workshops or in the cloud, live demonstrations, face-to-face or virtual exhibitions, conferences, etc. both in face-to-face format, respecting all protection measures, and in virtual format or both at the same time. A week around crafts in which artists who wish to show their creations and share their work procedures with the public are invited to participate.

This year, Spain will be the guest country and the regular program will include the first "Singular Encounters", special activities that will offer an exclusive visit for small groups in a place that is not usually open to the public.

The registration period for activities for artisans and public and private institutions is now open on the website www.diasdelaartesania.es, where the program of activities will be progressively updated. In order to propose activities, it is necessary for the artisan person or the institution to register on the website to later upload the proposal specifying the title, a brief description, days, dates and place in case the activity is face-to-face. If it is online, the activity will be reflected on the map, but will not include location data. You can also attach up to a maximum of three photographs, as well as contact information and social networks.

The objective of these conferences is to bring the secrets of the work of luthiers, jewelers, potters, lace makers, blacksmiths, weavers and all kinds of artisan trades closer to the public, to spread their enormous wealth and uniqueness. In Europe it will be held in other countries such as Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal and the United Kingdom.

In the previous edition, more than 400 activities were carried out throughout Spain, being the third country with the most actions after France and Germany. Of all of them, 385 were face-to-face activities of a different nature, such as open days (craft workshops, associations, workspaces, etc.), trade demonstrations, practical workshops for children and adults, exhibitions, as well as communication activities in the sector. . There were also 17 online activities, such as virtual tours of artisan workshops and live demonstrations, and 14 were online and face-to-face. Andalusia and Castilla y León were the communities with the highest number of activities, 119 and 52, respectively, followed by the Community of Madrid and Galicia, with a program of 43 and 42 activities.

This initiative is promoted by the School of Industrial Organization (EOI), a public foundation and the first business school in Spain, and its area for the promotion of crafts, Fundesarte together with
a Craft and Art, Organization of Craftsmen of Spain.

 

About Fundesarte
Fundesarte is, since 1981, the reference organization in the promotion and development of Spanish artisan companies. It is an initiative of the School of Industrial Organization, which is part of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism. Its work focuses on promoting, valuing and communicating the quality of the artisan product and the sustainability of its production processes, through promotional activities, among which the National Craft Awards, exhibition projects and the European Days of Crafts stand out. the Craft.
www.eoi.es/es/conocenos/fundesarte// @Fundesarte // www.facebook.com/Fundesarte //
www.instagram.com/fundesarte

About EOI

The School of Industrial Organization (EOI) is the first Business School founded in Spain (1955). In its 65-year history, more than 142,000 executives and business managers specialized in leadership, internationalization and sustainability have passed through its classrooms.

As a public foundation attached to the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism and with the co-financing of the European Social Fund, it has promoted the businesses of more than 60,000 new entrepreneurs in Spain and founded a National Network of 50 Coworking Spaces in different cities of the country.
www.eoi.es // @eoi // http://www.facebook.com/eoi.edu // www.instagram.com/eoischool
For more information:
prensa@eoi.es
91 349 5656

On Valentine's Day, #Give Crafts #Give Love

The artisan products of the Region of Murcia are made one by one with a lot of love.

To celebrate Valentine's Day, the Craft Centers of the Region of Murcia, located in Murcia, Cartagena and Lorca, have prepared a selection of handmade products, made with a lot of love by our artisans.

Below, you can see some of our proposals to give away on this special day, and why not? Also for those who have not yet fallen in love, they can give themselves a whim.

La Rita Vintage, a new artisan firm, makes its debut at the Regional Craft Centers in this exhibition with collections of creative jewelry.

The Koyak artisan clothing firm presents its new collection of sweatshirts for him and her.

The occupational workshop "Aidemar" has created some ceramic envelopes so that you can give your partner a love letter.

In addition, in our gourmet products section, you will find; artisan honeys and jams from Traditional Jams (simply one of the best jams in the world), to sweeten your partner. Craft beers, such as Cátedra, Trinitaria or Yakka. Signature wines from different artisan wineries in the Region of Murcia. Bodegas Evine de Yecla, Balcona de Bullas or Salzillo de Jumilla, are the wines that you can select for this day.

Another gift idea, it will be a nice experience, to carry out a pottery workshop with your partner at the Murcia Craft Center. Special promotion of €25 per couple per hour and a half of workshop, which can be exchanged on Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. or in the second shift from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. Ask for it and we will give you a gift voucher.

Programming for the month of November of the Regional Craft Center of Cartagena

The General Directorate of Consumption and Crafts, launches the new program of live demonstrations and tasting of artisan products at the Regional Craft Center of Cartagena during the month of November.

Specifically, there will be six live demonstrations of the production of artisan products, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., three tastings of artisan products.

Next Tuesday, November 1, the artisan firm Heartmade by Laura by Mónica Andrea Laura Cosma, will perform a live demonstration in cold porcelain, making fairytale houses and costume jewelry inspired by Disney princesses.

On Wednesday, November 2, the Master Craftsman Jesús Gómez Alegría, Tabil Goldsmith, will impress us with the creation of jewels cast with fire in noble materials such as brass, copper, alpaca or silver.

On Saturday, November 5, Isabel Puig's artisan firm Recycled Paper Wallets will make live different handbags and women's accessories, using a paper braiding technique that she learned on a trip to Mexico.

On Monday, November 7, the master craftswoman Carmen Martínez Azorín, a stained glass window, will give a demonstration of making Tiffanys necklaces.

On Monday, November 21, the master craftswoman Marisa Peaguda, potter-ceramist, with a clay modeling demonstration.

On Tuesday, November 22, the craftswoman Ascensión Martínez Espallardo, painter-draftswoman and jeweler, will paint her creative jewelery live, creating art maneuvers in accessories (earrings, necklaces and brooches).

In addition, during this month they will celebrate,

A wine tasting by Vicente Ovejero's Bizarría Wines, which will take place on November 25 at 7:30 p.m., at a cost of €20 per guest.

Two of them are intended for closed groups from the United Kingdom, thanks to the collaboration of Mediterranean Cartagena Tours, and will take place on November 9 and 30 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., where tourists, with an English translator, will be able to taste different wines and artisan cheeses from the Region of Murcia.

 

 

 

Programming demonstrations and cheese tasting at the Cartagena Craft Center

During the month of June, the Cartagena Regional Craft Center has scheduled a series of live demonstrations, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with different artisans from the Region, where the visitor can learn about the process manufacturing of different products. These activities are done on the occasion of the arrival of massive cruise ships to this city.

On Wednesday, June 1, the artisan, painting-illustrator, Lidia Cassi Jimeno, will perform a demonstration where she will paint on fans and other accessories for women.

On Wednesday, June 8, we will have the assistance of the artisan Ginés Martínez Madrid, a young luthier who has opened his workshop in Los Alcázares, and on this occasion he will perform a live guitar.

On Wednesday, June 15, the artisan Eugenia Ruíz Rodríguez, her trademark is called "Ta marbuta" and is dedicated to the design and creation of jewelry pieces mainly in ceramics and porcelain and also in Japanese glass beads "Miyuki".

On Thursday, June 16, Pilar Sáez Rebollo, is an individual artisan registered as an art enameler and will perform a demonstration of making fire enamel jewelry on metal.

In addition, as a novelty, the artisan company Coagacart will carry out a commented tasting of goat cheeses from its commercial brand "La Yerbera", which will take place on June 17 at 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with a cost per diner of €15.

 

 

 

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