perjantai 19. tammikuuta 2018

Duodje- ja digitála muitalusat -course was organized by AIDA- project in Sámi University of Applied Sciences



Students on the Duodje- ja digitála muitalusat (Duodji craft and Digital Narratives) -course have learned how to use museums and archives as a part of their duodji-process. They also learn how to make their duodji visually attractive and effectiveness of narrative in duodji. Practical design and way to craft are important, when learning how to make duodji.


Oahppu lea oassin Interreg AIDA-prošeavttas (Arctic Indigenous Design Archives), masa Sámi allaskuvla, Ájtte musea ja Sámi arkiiva Anáris leat searvan. Duodje- ja digitála muitalusat oahpus studeanttat ohppet geavahit dávvirvuorkkáid ja eará vuorkkáid vuođđun iežaset duddjomis. 

Studeanttat ohppet, mo sáhttá sin duodji lea visuálalaččat geasuheaddji ja mo sin duojis lea beaktilis muitalus.
Praktihkalaš duddjon ja hábmenoassi deattuhuvvo, go galgá hárjehallat duddjot ja ráhkadit muitalusa. Oahpus

Maja Dunfjerld, Jorunn Veiteberg, Gunvor Guttorm,
Randi Marainen and Sonya Kelliher Combs

Katarina Pirak Sikku har donerat sitt arkiv till projektet AIDA

Konstnären Katarina Pirak Sikku har nu donerat sitt arkiv till projektet AIDA och vi är tacksamma för donationen. Under Jokkmokks marknad 1-3 Februari 2018 kommer ett urval ur hennes arkiv att visas i Ájtte och Sametingets biblioteket som finns i Ájabyggnade.

The artist Katarina Pirak Sikku has now donated her archive to the AIDA project in Sweden. Àjtte museum is grateful for the donation. Under Jokkmokk´s market 1-3 February 2018, a selection of her archives will be on display in Ájtte´s and Sámetinget´s library located in Ája.

Katarina Pirak Sikku
 
Artist Katarina Pirak Sikku in her studio.