Sali Sasaki asked these questions to Ak Kuxtal Sian Ka’an, a collective to empower artisans living n...
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A freelance consultant, public speaker and advisor on design, cultural development and creative industries, Sali holds an MA from the Royal College of Art, London, and a BFA from Parsons School of Design. She has been working as a design researcher and writer for numerous clients including the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the British Council, the Asia -Europe Foundation (ASEF), and ICSID's World Design Capital programme. She was formerly managing the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, and is currently focusing on the development of traditional crafts and culture in Southeast Asia through her project CRAFTED "Because Local Culture is the Global Future". www.salisasaki.com
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Interview with Elsa Torres, principal in U’yo’olche with Basilio Vásquez Chí and Ak Kuxtal participants
Posted October 30, 2010