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  • Regional event in Amman, Jordan

    A regional event was held on campus of the University of Jordan to provide both visual and invaluable experiences of wood culture. Themed “Wood for Art, Joy and Culture”, the Woodcraft Project brought on- the- spot woodcarving experiences and cultural messages carried by the wood arts to the audience. Also, refugee children were given an unique opportunity to learn the basic skills of woodcarving and knowledge of wood, and build confidence through the Woodcraft Project.

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  • [Video] Closing Ceremony

    The 2017 World Wood Day event has successfully come to an end, all the participants including musicians, artists, and wood craftsmen from all over the world gave their best performance to present their talent and creativity to the audience. Each and every program was spectacular. Now, let’s take a moment to refresh our memory and have a look at what project mangers of each program said about the event.

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  • [VIDEO] CONCERT - LES AS DU BÉNIN (Performance II)

    In the field of music, LES AS DU BÉNIN consists of a group of singers that accompany traditional African percussionists playing various gongs, castanets, gourds, tam - ‐tams of any type and any size and flutes. Dances are running with virtuosity in a real gymnastics for dancers full control over their body expression.

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  • [VIDEO] Woodcarving Show - California Carvers Guild

    The California Carvers Guild (CCG) is a non profit statewide organization of woodcarvers, which has approximately 400 members and 51 active chapters. CCG has been involved as one of our partners of the Woodcarving Show in 2017 World Wood Day. CCG carvers brought their own work for the exhibition showcasing a wide range of creativity, skills, and culture. Some of the members also worked with the native and international participants to create two unique wood slabs during the show. This collaboration is a great experience for the participants either in the material that was used and sparks a wide range of creativity to promote woodcarving.

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