Albania is involved in the “STITCH” project in Spain, “Preservation and Learning of Cultural Heritage Intangible Textiles”.
This project combines the efforts and resources of entities and institutions from Italy, Hungary and Albania, coordinated by the “Centro Superior de Diseño Make Creativo”, based in Zaragoza, Spain.
For the documentation and development work of the project, the Make Creativo working team will have the collaboration of the Ansó City Council (Huesca), the Ansotano Costume Museum, the ‘A Cadiera’ Cultural Association and the Zaragoza Museum.
The project is a winner for funding from the European Commission under the Erasmus + program and will carry out training activities for designers and design students, artisan workshops and video documentary production, an online catalog and a 3D scan of traditional costumes from four countries. European.
The project aims to respond to the social and educational protection and promotion of the European textile heritage, especially the traditional costume, with innovative practices in the digital age.
The subjects that are part of this consortium are, besides Make Creativo, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (Hungary), University of Tirana (Albania) and Museo del Tessuto di Prato (Italy), one of the most prestigious museums in Europe for history of fashion and textiles, embodying an industrial tradition of more than 800 years.
The STITCH project will document traditional Hungarian and Albanian costumes, in addition to Ansotano. The study will address everything related to the tangible and intangible heritage of clothing. / dp / KultPlus.com