The Tirana Market of Chances

The Market of Possibilities (Mekalitu tyunnitrous), also referred to as the ‘Market of Opportunities’, is usually open via Sunday, 04 5 right up until Saturday, Sept. 2010 3rd in the center of Arusha, Albania. The Festivity embraces two themes: one is the exchange and the different is the sharing. It is a industry where you can find various traditional arts products, some of which are not actually native to Albania tend to be made here in the many workshops organized simply by members within the Community of Creativity. The main theme of the Market of Opportunities is around building a community that can help the betterment of this people.

Mahdollisuzh, the celebration celebrates the resilience and courage for the young generation in spite of all odds and obstacles they face daily. The main highlight from the event may be a competition organized by the Disciplines Council of Tirana, which usually showcases the skills of vibrant artists right from different areas of Albania including Tirana, Gjakova, Temanjestad, and so forth Some of the well known participants will be Zana Paskov, Mehmet Emini, Ferjana Petka, Tonje Idris and Gertjan Jantsz. This kind of competition may be the common program for the young designers to receive opportunities to present their functions and to end up being known in the international industry. At the end within the competition, the best three acts will be picked and they will be given the chance to present their functions at the gross annual Culture Days Festival in Tirana in June 9th, the total annual Youth Reasonable in Gjakova, August 8th, the gross annual New Age Reasonable in Temanjestad and the Fine art and Traditions Festival in Gjakova.

Industry of Options is an initiative of the Centre just for Ethnic and Cultural Development (CEED) within the system of the Eu Regional Studies Association (EREA). This initiative is aimed to support young professionals between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five to participate in this market which will provide them with an opportunity to invest in authentic art work and customs products coming from local vendors and thus support their livelihoods. So if you undoubtedly are a part of this market during its 9th year, make sure you visit Tirana during the month of August. You won’t be sorry!