O artesanato como alternativa de trabalho e renda em uma Comunidade Quilombola/Agrovila - estudo de caso
Cabral, Elionara Soares
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The artisanal activity is a source of income for a large number of Brazilian families, whether in large centers or in the most distant places, showing a great deal of force in the generation of jobs. At the same time, handicrafts offer greater visibility to the cultural production of marginalized social groups, such as quilombola remnants communities, feeding potentially transformative discussions about their conditions and secondary position in public policies and laws aimed at the craft itself, as well as in the organizations. Given this scenario, this work was developed in the quilombola community Picada, located in the municipality of Ipanguaçu / RN, where the Renascer dos Artesãos da Carnauba Association is located. Our object of study is the artisans, who work in the production of traditional crafts, in which the main raw material for the manufacture of the handmade pieces is the straw extracted from the carnauba. In order to collect the information, visits and interviews were made with some of the members, with the purpose of analyzing the crafts as an alternative work and income in the life of these craftsmen, and to know what were the significant changes that occur from the moment they began to manufacture and sell these handmade pieces. Impact assessment in the community after social technology adherence.