Floridian artisans seek to insert in the export market

Florida, Mar 9.- Specialists from the Cuban Association of Artisan Artists (ACAA) and the Cuban Fund for Cultural Assets (FCBC) of the province of Camagüey visited the Huellas Azules craft workshop and those who perform these tasks in the community of San Jerónimo, where there is a deep-rooted tradition in the practice of this manual trade through the use of various materials.

The visitors observed the potential of the territory and planned to carry out significant actions aimed at the development of this craft, urged cultural institutions to use them in exhibitions, create spaces to market their creations and their subsequent export to contribute to the promotion of the local economy and that of the artists themselves.

Utility products for the home, dolls and decorative objects, among others, distinguish the samples observed by specialists from the ACAA and the Cultural Assets Fund, on a visit intended by the local government that aims to encourage interest in artisans and artists to insert themselves in the export market.

In the municipality of Florida, handicrafts are identified as a potential to increase exportable items, hence the priority of promoting and diversifying natural fiber handicrafts, and a varied proposal of quality articles of high cultural value, all with a fundamental destination to customers from foreign markets.

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Ingeniera Informática de la Universidad de Ciencias Informáticas (UCI) de la Habana. Diplomada en periodismo. Locutora y Directora radial. Trabaja como periodista de Radio Florida desde el año 2011 atendiendo sectores como Cultura, la Unión de Jóvenes Comunistas, entre otros. Contactos: Twitter: @ailencita87 Facebook: Ailén Vargas Abella Blog personal: rincondeamoryvida.wordpress.com

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