Nova Sintra, Mar 4 ( Inforpress) –The director of the National Center for Crafts and Design (CNAD), Irlando Ferreira, said the institution’s greatest expectation is to see the Renda Brava project gain sustainability and last in time.
Irlando Ferreira was speaking to Inforpress on Wednesday about the project that began at the end of 2018, as part of the 3rd edition of the National Craft and Design Fair of Cabo Verde (URDI), whose second phase of implementation is taking place in the island.
According to this responsible, the CNAD vision is that the project be a program that value to the “maximum” the artisans work and becomes a brand of the island, which is recognized by Cabo Verdeans, tourists and all consumers of this product.
“Our expectation is that when you hear about Renda Brava, you associate the product with a craft that transmits the experiences, the culture, the identity of this island, which are so cherished, they have a lot to give the country, but perhaps for the sake of distancing, transport, runs the risk sometimes of getting a little forgotten”, said the director.
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