In this conversation, we welcome Paola Escobar and Álvaro Gundín from ‘Hecho con corazón’ – Artisans women weave their memories through the forests of the Amazon.
The project aims to contribute to strengthening the link between Amazonian museums in Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador and the communities of women artisans who make utilitarian and ritual crafts. Amazonian craftswomen are the guardians of the living heritage that is transmitted from generation to generation within their worldview and culture.
This episode’s host
Anapaula García Soto is Communications Coordinator at the International Council of Museums. Before joining ICOM, Anapaula worked on different communication projects. She holds a B.A. on Communication and Digital Media from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a Masters in Creative Project Management, Culture and Design from the Rennes School of Business and the École européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne.
This Episode’s Guests
Paola Escobar is the General Coordinator of the ‘Artisan women weave their memory through the forests of the Amazon‘ project.
Álvaro Gundín Head of Heritage, Archaeological Museum and Cultural Centre of Orellana Ecuador.
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