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Bazaar BERLIN

Bazaar BERLIN

Berlin, Germany
6 Nov 2024 - 10 Nov 2024
MODE - HEIM - HANDWERK

MODE - HEIM - HANDWERK

Essen, Germany
7 Nov 2024 - 10 Nov 2024
Creativeworld

Creativeworld

Frankfurt am Main, Germany
7 Feb 2025 - 10 Feb 2025
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352.00 EUR
Craft, Hobby + Stitch International

Craft, Hobby + Stitch International

Birmingham, UK
23 Feb 2025 - 24 Feb 2025
ARCO

ARCO

Madrid, Spain
5 Mar 2025 - 9 Mar 2025
IHM

IHM

Munich, Germany
12 Mar 2025 - 16 Mar 2025
CREATIVA

CREATIVA

Dortmund, Germany
19 Mar 2025 - 23 Mar 2025
INTERMODELLBAU

INTERMODELLBAU

Dortmund, Germany
10 Apr 2025 - 13 Apr 2025
Foire de Paris

Foire de Paris

Paris, France
30 Apr 2025 - 11 May 2025
The Arts and Crafts industry involves creating, designing, distributing, and buying handmade goods. The sector also involves manufacturing and distributing supplies for handmade items, including paints. It primarily consists of small or medium enterprises and independent artisans. Yet, it is a highly stable, time-honoured and lucrative sector. This is because handmade items, especially art, are often valuable. This is because of their historical and cultural significance. Examples include furniture, artworks, clothing, jewellery, and decorations of specific origin. The arts and crafts industry has extensive links to diverse sectors. Such include architecture, education, skilled trades, and safety. This is because of the importance of protecting artworks or creating them. Often, the industry is among the most innovative sectors. This is due to the nature of the creative process that results in handmade items. Examples include using new art techniques or tools. Such wares and topics related to the sector tend to be submitted during art exhibitions. Such include yearly or bi-yearly events hosted in various countries. Among them are the United Kingdom, the French Republic and the Kingdom of Spain. This likewise applies to the Federative Republic of Germany. Often, such events attract up to hundreds of thousands of participants.