Scope of our Survey

  • To understand the existing status of the handicrafts coming from different sectors.
  • To study the source of the raw materials and the extent of sustainability of the handicrafts based on these resources.
  • To assess the extent of dependence (in terms of livelihood) of the artisans in this sector,and provide them options.
  • To direct the support provided by the local NGO's/ Government programmes/ Financial institutions to the artisans.

  • Difficulties faced by Artisans :

  • Lack of capital to invest in raw materials.
  • Scarcity of raw materials and their availability at reasonable rates.
  • Insufficient direct marketing outlets.
  • Limited access to urban markets and consumers for their products.
  • Insufficient knowledge about contemporary trends related to art and design.
  • Our Intent & Initiatives

    As part of SEVITA’s initiative to promote indigenous arts and crafts and empower artisans, We Focus To help them in the following ways :

  • Provide raw materials, including natural and eco-friendly options wherever possible
  • Offer design support
  • Create multiple avenues for marketing their products
  • Involve artisans in educational programs for children and adults (Workshops)
  • Conduct exhibitions to Display art and sculpture
  • Participate in public art projects.
  • Enablefolk and tribal artists to take pride in their works, to Revive the dying art
  • Construct economically viable systems which foster a creative environment and encourage artisans to pursue traditional skills.
  • Buy,sell and rent artworks and sculpture
  • Conduct art appreciation courses and workshops
  • Undertake art restoration works
  • Provide sophisticated framing
  • Undertake installations
  • Offer artisans learning and growth opportunities
  • Support Artists by traning them in multiple form of Arts
  • Create Robust Online Business Platform
  • Create new forms of art – Digital Art