(Persia Digest) – The 32nd Handicrafts Exhibition of Iran has been inaugurated by the Acting Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts in Tehran on Sunday.
The main objective of the exhibition is to lay the groundwork for further interaction between the actors in this community, such as artists, artisans, sellers, businessmen, and exporters.
The latest works by artisans from 31 Iranian provinces are on display at the exhibition to promote their sale and create the opportunity to receive orders for these goods.
Two works by Isfahan’s master engraver, Bahram Eliasi, were also unveiled at the opening ceremony.
The exhibition will be open until 31 August from 10h00-18h00 every day with free entry.
Simultaneously with the handicrafts exhibition, the handwoven Persian carpet exhibition is also running at Tehran’s International Exhibition Center.
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