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Behind the lens: Gambian Arts & Crafts

My Magazine 2022/09
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In a world that is not dominated by industries, you can still discover the art of traditional crafts, passed on from one generation to another. Appreciation for handmade creations grows even stronger once you witness the process of making them. My Gambia sees the value in it, and we respect every single artisan and craftsman that continues with the tradition or decides to learn it as a life profession. In this issue, we share some of the beautiful arts and handmades we got to know about in the past two years.

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