A Hundred Hands, a nonprofit trust is organizing its annual Hundred Hands Handmade Collective bazaar beginning from 29 November 2017 in Bengaluru. This bazaar attempts to help social enterprises and NGOs working by empowering handicraft artisans and underprivileged communities to gain direct access to their buyers. This event provides a platform for rural artists and crafts-persons to interact with discerning patrons and sell directly to them.
A Hundred Hands is a nonprofit trust established by Sonia Dhawan and Mala Dhawan whose mission is to help those directly involved in the creation of handmade art, crafts, and homemade foods, earn a fair and sustainable livelihood from their work.
The 100 Hands Handmade Collective is a 5-day event that is held during the last week of November every year at the United Theological College, Bangalore. Every year, has a special theme, where handcrafters spend a serious amount of the year preparing their collections.
Patrons can buy functional art pieces, authentic homemade food, handmade handbags, papier mache and crochet jewelry at the event. One of the special sections at the Annual Handmade Collective is the Dirty your Hands section. This is exclusively for children which allow them to explore their artistic side while also keeps them occupied while their parents go shopping at the show!
21.11.2017 | Source: Little Black Book