Our Journey also moves through the State’s countryside, heading towards the community of Sobrado, in Monte Alegre/RN, and we’ll count with an exhibition of ceramics produced by the Sobrado’s Crockery Makers. Jornada will also release a collection of ceramics with its own identity in this edition, inspired by the Atlantic Forest and Parque das Dunas.
The partnership between Casadágua Institute and Sobrado’s Crockery Makers also intends to propel the community’s impact businesses. The actions are followed by SEBRAE-RN, which supports this axis of the project.
Exhibitions with the pieces from the Makers will also take place so that the public gets to know the empowering and traditional work of the women from Sobrado/RN.