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Seminario Ceramic Studio

Seminario Ceramic Studio

http://www.ceramicaseminario.com/ More than just a pottery factory, it is also a carpentry and a jeweler's workshop, located in Cusco. Seminario Ceramic Workshop works techniques and designs from ancient Peruvian cultures. We develop sculptures, murals, decorative pottery and dinnerware.
Sacred Valley of the Incas Phone (51-84) 201002 Fax (51-84) 201177 Ceramic Studio has been dedicated to the discovery of techniquies and designs from ancient Peruvian cultures. Pablo Seminario & Marilú Behar presents a new art expression, providing continuity to these develop sculptures,
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More than just a pottery factory, it is also a carpentry and a jeweler's workshop, located in Cusco.
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Seminario Ceramic Workshop works techniques and designs from ancient Peruvian cultures. We develop sculptures, murals, decorative pottery and dinnerware.
Sacred Valley of the Incas Phone (51-84) 201002 Fax (51-84) 201177 Ceramic Studio has been dedicated to the discovery of techniquies and designs from ancient Peruvian cultures. Pablo Seminario & Marilú Behar presents a new art expression, providing continuity to these develop sculptures,

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By the Center For Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru, promoting Inca weaving traditions. Contains images and stories, and descriptions of spinning, dyeing and weaving processes used.
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A culture of people living today near the city of Cuzco, Peru. It was the capital of the Inca empire and is close to Machu Picchu. The site will help preserve and celebrate the textiles of the Andes and assist their weavers. The art of weaving is important to modern Inca families as it was to their ancestors. Every traditional family in Peru contains at least one weaver.
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