The Hutong in collaboration with Chariots will be hosting a series of African Themed Jewelry Workshops! Exploring the beauty of Africa and It’s diverse cultures through jewelry making. Come and be a part of this amazing discovery. You get to make your own jewelry pieces and take them home with you.
African jewelry is popular for its beauty and quality and besides being used for self-adornment some pieces have cultural significance in some regions of Africa. It can indicate one’s wealth, tribe, and social status. In this session, we get to explore the Kente Fabric from Ghana. Come and have experience in African Themed Jewelry Designing.
- Design your own Kente Fabric Earrings using different earring holders
- Create your own Kente Fabric covered bracelet
- Make a Kente Fabric Chocker complete the set
Date: Tue. 16th June
Cost: 260RMB, 220RMB for members includes all the materials
Tina is the Founder of Chariots and People at Heart Foundation. She is also an African Themed Jewelry designer based in Beijing. Her unique African designs showcase the beauty of her African culture. She specializes in Fabric, tribal rope, stone, beads, wood and clay designs.
About Chariots Handmaydz
Chariots Handmaydz is launched with a mission to change the lives of marginalized women and children so that they can reach their potential. A lot of marginalized women did not get an opportunity to attain formal education, through starting a jewelry company our aim is to assist these women to realize that they can still build a business through making handicrafts. Chariot is a pacesetter for these women. Not only are we setting the pace we aim to bring women together, supporting them to start their own businesses through women empowerment workshops and hosting conferences. We support marginalized children by providing their needs through education. We believe every child has a right to education and to be able to build a future for themselves through learning. Children are the future! #TouchingLivesThroughLove!
To give every woman and child a chance to live a better life despite their race, ethnicity or age.