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  1. Paper Decoration, Fishing, Metal Work,Wood Work, Jewellery Grotius College The NETHERLANDS DE Kossuth Lajos Gyakorló Általános Iskolája HUNGARY Scoala Generala Nr. 2 CavnicROMANIA Rimanto Stankevičiaus pagrindinė mokyklaLITHUANIA College DupatyFRANCE LGT Ambroise Vollard La Reunion, FRANCE Ş.Ö. İzzet Yükselİ.O. TURKEY

  2. Felt wool Wood decoration Costume making Staphorst dot work Ebru Metal Knitting Cooking Ceramics Grotius College The NETHERLANDSThey summarized what they have done so far

  3. EBRU is the art of creating colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments on a pan of oily water and then transforming this pattern to paper. Ş.Ö. İzzet Yüksel İ.O. TURKEYEbru(Paper Decoration)-Metal Work- Wood Work

  4. Turkish metal artwork dates as early as the 2nd and 3rd century BC in central Asia. Metal artwork reached its pinacle in the Ottoman Empire with the making of weaponry, such as swords, helmets, armour, dagger and knives. The decorative wooden objects found in excavations in Central Asia show that the Turkish art of woodcarving dates back to the distant past. Doors and window shutters, pulpits of mosques, Koran stands and lecterns display highly advanced woodcarving.

  5. DE Kossuth Lajos Gyakorló Általános Iskolája HUNGARYMoments from the life of a hortobagy herdsman • This is how a day in the life of a herdsman in Hortobágy is connected to them. • The animals need water and it’s the herdsman’s job to make sure the animals can get enough of it. • Traditional dishes are cooked on open fire. Slambuc is made in a cast iron pot from bacon, potato and pasta and needs only little water. Gulyás is a soup with beef, potatoes and vegetables. If there are chicken around, paprika chicken is a delicious change. • While the animals are grazing, they carve a piece of wood, a bone or a horn of the grey cattle. • Thousands of tourists visit the „puszta” every week to go riding and to see the unique horse show. • Old herdsmen remember the old days and tell stories, or they discuss results and strategies for the next season.

  6. NEEDLEWORK Different documents, from XVth - XVIth centuries, mention textile pieces used to decorate the interior of the house and also to decorate clothes. During the XVIIth – XVIIIth centuries, weaving from textile fibers, crochet work and embroidery, as traditional decorative arts, reach a high level of development. Scoala Generala Nr. 2 CavnicROMANIA Needle work- Jewellery- Wood work

  7. JEWELRY The collection of traditional jewelry includes necklaces made from beads, metal or glass jewelry, collars from young women’s traditional costumes, made from decorative ribbons of different sizes woven with small colourful round beads, “coral necklaces” worn at the wedding by women until the age of 35-40, Venetian-style beads, bronze rings with blue or red stones, necklaces of silver coins which are drilled and placed on a ribbon, some thread or on wire their value was related to the value of the coins. The most common jewelry is a ribbon made of some fine fabrics, with colourful beads, usually worn in Oaş, Lăpuş, Maramureş, Năsăud, Jiu Valley.

  8. WOODWORK Wood has always been the main raw material for Romanians, being used for all types of buildings or for making tools, household utensils and furniture. In villages, every peasant knew how to use and process wood, making and repairing the household objects on his own. Crosses are also carved with special symbols, matching the style of the traditional architecture.

  9. DECORATIVE METAL ARTS Blacksmithing is one of the oldest and Themost significant crafts in Lithuania. The household tools, such as strikers and razors, were produced for personal use. The work tools, for instance, axes, knives, sickles and ploughshares were also made of metal. Iron was used in the production of such necessary horse riding details as bits, stirrups, spurs or buckles. Iron tops also decorated crucifixions,roof posts, chapels, crosses and the gates of cemeteries and churchyards. The hardware, locks of the chests and doors and lanterns were produced of iron. Rimanto Stankevičiaus pagrindinė mokyklaLITHUANIADECORATIVE METAL ARTS - JEWELRY DESIGN - WOOD WORK CARVING

  10. Jewelry making started intheBrass period (in 1600BC) inLithuania.This is jewelry made ofFlexiblebrass wire or rod; they alsoproduced bracelets, necklaces,temple rings,rings and Broochesetc., ofwrought metal. Pins werethe most popular piecesof jewelryin the Balt’sculture. Amber isespecially popular in Lithuania. JEWELRY DESIGN

  11. Wood and clay was the cheapestand the most common materialthat Lithuanians used from ancienttimes. Not only houses were builtof them but also varioushousehold items were produced,such as big and little baskets, seedbowls, mortars, crockery... Lithuanians have very interestingritual wooden masks related withShrovetide characters andcustoms. WOOD WORK

  12. In the 18th cc. Bordeaux has100 000 in habitants and the richfamilies build luxurious Houseswhich are decorated with metallic elements in order to increase theirprestige. The craftsmen of Bordeauxbecame experts in the art of makingbarriers and balustrades for stairsand balconies. They also made decorative door knockers. It was an accomplishment to work with metal considering there was no metal orein the region. Bordeaux had toimport metal ore from Sweden. College DupatyFRANCEMETAL WORK

  13. To Reunion Island , the wooden production is concentrated on 3.500 ha of forests. 1961 till 1967, plans of various models of typical, wooden house and in perpends appear. There are not many sculptors at Reunion island and even less of wood sculptors.Mr Lasserre is the most famous sculptor of La Reunion,in his family there is a sculptor fromfather to son has his brothers who arealso sculptors. LGT Ambroise Vollard La Reunion, FRANCEWOOD WORK - FISHING

  14. FISHING Fishing is an important for people who live in Reunion. Several fishingtechniques are used atRéunionisland, fishing appreciated by sometourists, industrialfishing, which is adynamic sector of the island's economy, fishing“bichiques”, andothertraditional techniques still ...Usedin the bay of SaintPaul, seinepermits the capture of smallpelagicfish, and especially the run.Characteristics depend onthe net shoals offish marked, it can measure up to800 m long.This fishery is carried from one ormore wooden boats.