the head of the “Dnieper Region and South of Ukraine” Department of the National Museum of Folk Architecture and Everyday Life of Ukraine.
Ethnodesign is an important means of self-expression and self-identification of modern ethnoculture in the material world of man
The article, based on the field ethnographic material, analyses the main occupations and trades typical of the Khustshchyna inhabitants in the late XIXth century to the 1940s. Examined is also wickerwork – one of the developed crafts characteristic of our time. The craft is in the process of daily development and improvement of various forms that are in demand.
cleaned round, pricked, painted vine, painted vine, baskets, village of Iza, tools for work.
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