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JTC PRIME Juniors and Seniors joined the First Festival of Traditional and Contemporary jewelry

JTC PRIME Juniors and Seniors joined the First Festival of Traditional and Contemporary jewelry

From 17th till 23rd January 2016

Author: SuperUser Account/Friday, January 29, 2016/Categories: News

The Festival started on the 17th of January 2016, at “Prince Tazz Palace” and H.E., the Minister of Culture, Mr. Helmy Namnam attended the opening ceremony of the first Festival of traditional and contemporary jewelry, organized by the Traditional Crafts of the Cultural Development Fund Center.

The number of participants reached 85 jewelry designers. With the help of the JTC, the Prime participants were offered the opportunity to take part in this event, to help them with marketing their products. JTC PRIME Juniors and Seniors joined the Egypt Jewellery Festival, with total 10 Participants (7 juniors and 3 seniors).

The aim of this Festival was to revive the Egyptian heritage in the field of jewelry making while linking it to the contemporary trends. Additionally, a catalogue was distributed to the attendees included pictures of designs of the participants also a working plan was prepared for technical workshops of jewelry making and seminars discussing new techniques in the field on the ten days following the opening ceremony. Successfully, a big Jewelry Show took place on the first day of the Festival where the models were exhibiting the traditional jewelry representing the Egyptian heritage from all over the country. 

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