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by Barbara Jackson,Kristy Evans

eBook Bead by Bead: Reviving an Ancient African Tradition: The Monkeybiz Bead Project ePub
Author: Barbara Jackson,Kristy Evans
Language: English
ISBN: 1770093826
ISBN13: 978-1770093829
Publisher: Jacana Media; First Edition edition (April 1, 2008)
Pages: 144
Category: Graphic Design
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 754
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ePub file: 1135 kb
Fb2 file: 1996 kb

Reviving an ancient beading tradition in Southern Africa, this resource showcases the funky, innovative, and visually stunning bead art created by the woman of MonkeyBiz, a uniquely successful grassroots project that gives employment to poor women and provides them with skills training and HIV/AIDS support.

bead by bead: reviving an ancient african tradition: the monkeybiz bead project by barbara jackson and kristy evans. items are sold at ABC Carpet, a "unique" department store. prod book001 by Monkeybiz2010, via Flickr. Página Não Encontrada.

The MonkeyBiz Bead Project was created as a means for disadvantaged women .

The MonkeyBiz Bead Project was created as a means for disadvantaged women to make a living. Five years ago, a good friend of mine, Barbara Jackson and her colleague, Shirley Fintz–both renowned ceramic artists in Cape Town, South Africa–took a small step that created an amazing chain of events. They simply admired the beaded bracelets worn by Mataphelo Ngaka, an apprentice working in Barbara’s ceramic studio. Mataphelo told them that her mother had made them. Both Barbara and Shirley have a great passion for African art and they found the beadwork beautiful. They also were very aware of the dire need for income among Cape Town’s poorest communities.

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Beadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another by stringing them with a sewing needle or beading needle and thread or thin wire, or sewing them to cloth. Beads are used to create jewelry or other articles of personal adornment; they are also used in wall hangings and sculpture and many other artworks.

·· Bead by bead: reviving an ancient African tradition, the Monkeybiz story Barbara Jackson & Kristy Evans Trade paperback, about 140 pages, illustrated with full colour reproductions of artworks, portraits & patterns. Perler Tray Of Beads With Idea Book Assorted Candy Perler Beads. ·· If you want to bead using your own design, choose a pegboard that'll fit the design. Get some parchment paper or ("ironing paper"), and place it over the beads on the pegboard. Warnings You must use the ironing paper, or else the beads will stick to the iron.

·· Bead by bead: reviving an ancient African tradition, the Monkeybiz story Barbara Jackson & Kristy Evans Trade paperback, about . Beads books products are most popular in United Kingdom, United States, and Australia. White Satin Irredescent Beaded Signature Guest book.

MONKEYBIZ is dedicated to reviving the tradition of African Beadwork, taking the love and knowledge that is. .

MONKEYBIZ is dedicated to reviving the tradition of African Beadwork, taking the love and knowledge that is passed down, over the centuries, from mother to child and becoming a bridge from traditional bead works into contemporary artworks. The Monkeybiz family would love to invite you to book an experience of a lifetime, at our fantastical studio in the colourful Bo-Kaap, where you get to interact with our inspirational bead artists while getting to make your very own unique beaded bracelet. Contact us as follows: 021 426 0145 barbarateybiz. Turning art into income at Monkeybiz.

Reviving an ancient beading tradition in Southern Africa, this resource showcases the funky, innovative, and visually stunning bead art created by the woman of MonkeyBiz, a uniquely successful grassroots project that gives employment to poor women and provides them with skills training and HIV/AIDS support. The project employs 450 disadvantaged women from around Cape Town, and serves as a model for nongovernmental organizations and individuals who wish to harness creativity to create employment and empowerment.

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