If you are interested in crafts and handiworks, you’ll be delighted to know that the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (BACA) has announced the beginning of registration for the workshops and training program at Al Jasra Handicraft Center.
The series of workshops will start after the Eid Al-Fitr holiday on 22 May and will continue until early September.
Through the “Made in Bahrain” initiative, the BACA revisits the visual and functional identity of Bahraini handmade products as a cultural expression that has stood the test of time and is reflective of national identity.
In addition, the workshops and handicraft training program includes 10 traditional and contemporary crafts’ workshops aimed at training participants in traditional handicrafts in the Kingdom of Bahrain and creative industries, including: Al-Naqda, palm leaves Weaving, clay shaping (pottery), hand embroidery, silver crafting, Macrameweaving, and resin formation.
You can register through BACA’s official website.