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The visit of the country’s handicrafts deputy to Gonbadkavus handicrafts capacities

According to the Aria Heritage report, citing the public relations of Golestan Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Directorate, Maryam Jalali visited three centers related to handicrafts today, Thursday, July 23, 1401, on the third day of her trip to Golestan province, while in the east of the province, and during this visit, she talked with artists. He was informed about the issues and problems of the handicraft sector in the east of the province.
During these visits, the Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the country, Amanglich Shadmehr, the representative of the people of Gonbadkavos city in the Islamic Council, Mehdi Dehrouye, the deputy governor and special governor of Gonbadkavos city, Rahman Farmani, the head of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of Golestan province, Mohammad Karimi, the director general of the parliament affairs and Ahmed Tajari, Director General of Investments, Infrastructure and Sample Tourism Areas of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, Vida Tohdi, Director General of the Office of Education and Promotion, and Hossein Khajeh Bidakhti, Advisor in Provincial Affairs of the Deputy Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the country, and a group of officials accompanied them.
The Deputy of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, at the beginning of his visit to Gonbadkavos city, visited the house of traditional needlework handicrafts and met and talked with “Esmat Majidi”, a veteran artist of this field.
The house of traditional needlework crafts is operated by the efforts of this veteran artist with an investment volume of five billion Rials and the number of 80 students.
Maryam Jalali then attended the Turkmen jewelry making workshop in Gonbadkavus city and while visiting this workshop, she met and talked with Ahmed Agh, the son of the late master Gholam Agh.
The late master Gholam Agh, known as “Khani Teke”, was one of the most famous artists in the field of “Turkman jewelry”, who brought many honors to the craft sector of the province, and his son continues his path.
Next, the Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the country, accompanied by a group of officials, visited the private carpet and handwoven museum of Gonbadkavus city.
The Gonbadkavus City Carpet and Handicrafts Private Museum has been set up privately by “Hashal Khanjani”, one of the leading artists in the field of Gonbadkavos City handiwork and with the support of the Golestan General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts.
This museum includes the exhibition of historical Turkmen carpets as well as the hand-woven works of this artist.
After these visits, the Deputy of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts went to Gonbadkavos Governorate to participate in the specialized working group on Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, which is held with the presence of members of the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Parliament.
Members of the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Majlis traveled to this province along with a number of deputy ministers related to the cultural field to investigate the cultural problems of Golestan.
Maryam Jalali, Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of the country, as the high representative of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, accompanies the members of the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Parliament on this trip.

The visit of the country's handicrafts deputy to Gonbadkavus handicrafts capacities

The visit of the country's handicrafts deputy to Gonbadkavus handicrafts capacities

The visit of the country's handicrafts deputy to Gonbadkavus handicrafts capacities

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