The Institute for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (IPER), in cooperation with the Association of Old Crafts and Skills NIT, organizes the final event of the project ‘Preservation and Development of Traditional Montenegrin Craft – Golden Embroidery’, on 22nd November at the premises of the Public Museums and Galleries of Podgorica, beginning at 11.
The event will present the achieved results, exhibit new products with gold embroidery created in collaboration with designers, Montenegrin women’s shirts that are part of the Montenegrin folk costume, created during the training ‘The embroidery skills of the Montenegrin golden embroidery ‘, as well as products created by the women we trained to practice this craft on their own. Participants of the mentioned training will share their impressions with us and will be awarded certificates for successfully completed training. Also, we will promote a publication about Montenegrin golden embroidery called ‘Montenegrin golden embroidery – a symbol of Montenegrin tradition’.
The event will be attended by representatives of the EU Delegation to Montenegro, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the capital Podgorica, as well as other representatives of the public and private sector in Montenegro, business associations and all those interested in attending the event and learning about traditional Montenegrin craft – a golden embroidery.
Anyone interested can confirm their presence at email@example.com, by 21st November, by 10:00.
The final event of the project is organized in cooperation with the Association of Old Crafts and Skills NIT. The project is supported under the European Union-funded Regional Local Democracy Program (ReLOaD) and implemented by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). In Montenegro, the ReLOaD program is implemented in partnership with the Capital of Podgorica and the municipalities of Tivat, Kotor, Niksic and Pljevlja.
Come, to revive the spirit of tradition together!