We unite masters from all over Georgia!
Georgian Heritage Crafts Association is a membership organization, which acts to safeguard Georgian heritage crafts traditions and works towards a sustainable framework for sector’s development in the future. The Association aims to overcome the existing challenges through the creation of a networking platform for individuals, craftspeople, organizations an
Online training is provided only for the members of the association within the framework of the festival "General Issues in Export Management for Craftsmen." The training aims to introduce the masters to the general export cycle in the field of handicrafts and to assist them in the export planning process.read more
In the YouTube link below you can find all video stories, which are created under the project “Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage, related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi” in the framework of UNESCO “Intangible Heritage and Creativity for Sustainable Ci...read more
Visit in Shida Kartli
Georgian Heritage Crafts Association continues working with Shida Kartli region's masters. Yesterday we visited Traditional Crafts Workshops. We would like to remind you, that the Guidebooks of Shida and Kvemo Kartli will be published with the support of the USAID Zrda Activity in Georgia.read more
Georgian Heritage Crafts Association is launching the vacancy announcement for the position of the local facilitators in the framework of the project “Community-Based Inventorying of Urban Living Heritage in Relation to Income-Generation in Tbilisi.” The main Duties and Responsibilities of local facilit...read more
Cultural Council of...
Our association and its head Ana Shanshiashvili became the representative of the Cultural Council of the Michelangelo Foundation International Network in Georgia. The Cultural Council is composed of 30 members, the directors or representatives of an equal number of associations and institutions across Europe, which are par...read more
Today GHCA held the first meeting with local facilitators, selected through the open call in the framework of the project "Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage, related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi”. The aim of the meeting was the discussion of the work sched...read more
Today was held Georgian Heritage Crafts Association's online Annual Meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to summarize last year's activities of the Association, the plans of the Association were also discussed at the meeting.read more
Building the Organi...
<p>Institutional and Capacity Development Center has completed an active work process with the Georgian Heritage Craft Association within the framework of the project: “Building the Organizational Capacity of Target Business Associations, Chambers of Commerce, Clusters and Business Support Organizations&...read more
Homo Faber Guide
Today Georgian Heritage Crafts Association held an online presentation to launch onboarding of Georgian Artisans, ateliers, galleries, shops, and museums on Homo Faber Guide https://www.homofaberguide.com/ European digital platform initiated by Michelangelo Foundation. We are happy to coordinate this process, which we ...read more
For the first time, Tushetian rugs from the collection of the Georgian National Museum will be presented at the virtual exhibition of the world-famous international magazine Hali Publications, which will be held on June 23-27, 2021. In addition, a video of a rug weaving master class created by the Georgian Heritage Crafts ...read more
On 18 June 2020 was conducted the one-day workshop, that wrapped up the pilot project, “Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi, Georgia,” The project is funded by the Yong Xin Hua Yun and supported by the UNESCO Culture Sec...read more
The presentation of...
On 19 June, the presentation of the project “Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage, related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi” results implemented in the framework of UNESCO “Intangible Heritage and Creativity for Sustainable Cities” Program was held i...read more
Map of the workshop
The exact location of our association members and workshops is shown on the map, you can easily find the desired master directly on the map and see his profile
Georgian Heritage Crafts Association aims to promote crafts and broaden the circle of crafts sector supporters among the wider public.
Association supporters can transfer donation to Georgian Heritage Crafts Association bank account Association also accepts donations in the form of materials, tools, supplies and other relevant resources.Make Donation