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< b>“The reorganization of the Cyprus Handicraft Service was born through our anxiety to save our intangible cultural heritage, to revive it, to promote it and to develop it as a place of economic activity with prospects”, said the Minister of Commerce, Natasa Pilidou, event for the report of the work of the Cyprus Handicraft Service during the years 2020 – 2022.
The event took place on Monday afternoon, at the Leventio Municipal Museum of Nicosia, where the works of the Handicraft Service during the last two years were presented, a few weeks before the Service was transferred to the newly established Ministry of Culture. This was followed by the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Cyprus Handicrafts Service and the HRDA, for the provision of standard educational programs to unemployed people who are interested in practicing handicrafts professionally.
Welcoming the event, the Minister referred to the reorganization and modernization of the Cyprus Handicrafts Service and noted that the redesign of the strategy for this purpose “has to do not only with what handicrafts are and how handicrafts are produced, but also with how they stand out better, as well as how we inspire young people to get more involved with the handicraft sector, either as employees, or as customers, or as proud Cypriots who realize the value of Cypriot handicrafts “.
He then referred to actions planned in six pillars for the period 2020-2026. He stressed that the focus is on the actions of the craftsmen themselves, saying that “the biggest risk we realized was that the craft would die, due to the lack of continuators, as is the case, for example, with leukarite embroidery.” Characteristically, he referred to pilot training programs in embroidery in Lefkara and weaving in Gouri, which started during the pandemic, in which 14 young embroiderers participated and continue to be trained, while producing items promoted by the Cyprus Handicraft Service.
Ms. Pileidou stated that after the renewal of the corporate identity of the Service, with the creation of the new logo inspired by traditional embroidery, it is time to further upgrade the service store in Nicosia, after its recent renovation, and noted that with the Transfer of the Service to the responsibility of the Ministry of Culture could create an interactive space, suitable for educational activities. He also mentioned that the plans include the creation of a modern website and E-shop.
In the context of the report, the Minister referred to a number of international actions, such as the integration of the Cyprus Handicraft Service in the international organization & nbsp; World Craft Council Europe and its representation at the opening of the Homo Faber exhibition in Venice of the & nbsp; Michelangelo Foundation with masters of Cyprus. He also mentioned the participation of works by five Cypriot artists in the 5th Biennale Revelations at the Grand Palais Ephemere at “Le Banquet” & nbsp; in Paris and in synergies between Artists, Designers and Architects, such as & nbsp; with the curators of the Cypriot participation in the 17th International Exhibition of Architecture Biennale that took place in Venice.
He also noted that in order to highlight the works, movements are made by offering creations of Cypriot Creators and Craftsmen as gifts to official visitors in Cyprus, while objects are placed in prominent places of large hotel units in Cyprus or objects for conference tourism are available. He also noted that handmade Lefkarite belts were made by Lefkarite embroidery craftsmen and were offered free of charge, to adorn the formal attire of the young musicians of the Youth Symphony Orchestra, while handmade Christmas ornaments were used to decorate the airplane. p>He also announced that the writing of a new sponsorship plan for craftsmen is in progress, in collaboration with the University of Cyprus, “so that people involved in crafts can be subsidized and practice their art as a profession, this will open prospects, because young people will be able to engage in crafts to earn a living. “
Finally, he stressed that craftsmen, in collaboration with designers and artists, can take the Cypriot product to the next level, in order to emerge as a means of economic activity and entrepreneurship. He expressed the certainty that in the Ministry of Culture, the people of the Service will continue to work tirelessly to carry out their mission. “We believe that we will deliver a Service more ready than ever to play its role,” said the Minister, adding that the goal is for crafts to always have a connection with the business world and the commercial aspect.
In this direction, as he said, contributes the Memorandum of Cooperation between the Cyprus Handicraft Service and the HRDA, for the provision of standard educational programs in three, in the first phase, traditional techniques, ceramics, weaving and embroidery. This, as Mrs. Pileidou stressed, is a decisive step in the great effort made in the last two years to save on the one hand the intangible cultural heritage of our place and on the other hand to promote handicrafts as a place of professional career.
The educational programs will be addressed to the unemployed, immigrants and people in closed structures, such as e.g. the prisons, which are interested in dealing professionally with the area and will be subsidized by the HRDA. The training programs, the Minister explained, were designed on a scientific basis by the University of Cyprus, in the framework of a Memorandum of Cooperation signed in June 2021. At the same time, the Cyprus Craft Service has been approved by the HRDA as a Vocational Training Center and Structure, able to proceed with the implementation of educational programs.
In his greeting, Dimitris Kittenis, Chairman of the Board of HRDA, pointed out the key role of starting the cooperation with the Cyprus Handicraft Service, for the enrichment of the human resources of Cyprus and congratulated the Minister for identifying the gap and taking the initiative. for the preservation and further development of the traditional professions of the place. He pointed out that “the preservation of the traditional professions but at the same time the integration of the unemployed in employment requires a collective effort, which is sealed with the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation between the HRDA and the Cyprus Crafts Service.”
The purpose, as Mr. Kittenis said, is the potential of Cyprus “to respond effectively to the ever-changing conditions of the economy and the labor market and to contribute to the strengthening of competitiveness, the improvement of the productivity of companies and organizations”. & Nbsp; that in the framework of the elaboration of the plan, three training programs will be implemented in the arts of embroidery, weaving and ceramics, while an explanation that, depending on the needs of the market, the HRDA is willing to implement more programs with the same or different The event was also greeted by the Director of the Cyprus Crafts Service, Maria Anaxagorou, who pointed out that, in addition to preserving the memory, “today 's goal is to better promote and promote Cypriot Crafts and of people hiding behind & nbsp; from each & nbsp; “and expressed satisfaction with the fact that” many are those who support and want to further support the efforts of the Cyprus Crafts Service and be part of synergies between the Public and Private sector. “
As part of the event, the short films presented by the international fashion curator, author and editor at large of Vogue Greece, Filep Motwary, were presented, which present the evolution of three traditional arts, embroidery, ceramics and weaving.