The Nations International Arts and Crafts Fair for Crafts and Decoration in Aracaju is back. Through an exhibition at Shopping Jardins, the event brings a mix of local crafts and exclusive pieces from countries around the world such as: the United States, French Polynesia, India, Egypt, Morocco and Brazil. From April 29 to May 29, Aracaju checks thousands of items around the world.
The gallery will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm, and on Sundays and holidays from 2 pm to 10 pm. The stands are available for free visits. Consumers will be able to buy dissimilar items from R$15 and collect souvenirs from different parts of the world without leaving Aracaju.
Each pavilion is decorated with objects from its native region and displays different products, such as furnishings, handicrafts, clothing, household products, accessories, jewelry, fabrics, home furnishings, jewelry, and artwork. The exhibition has already visited more than 50 Brazilian cities and is now returning to Aracaju to spread the culture of nations.
Giuliano Mici, event creator, highlights the impact of Nações & Artes’ return to the city. “We think we can make Aracagua happy with our art and help the local economy.”
Você Vahle is the company responsible for strategic communications and relationships at the International Fair of Nations, Arts, Crafts and Decoration in Aracaju.
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