Sardinian Arts is work of my heart, designed to share my love of the Sardinian handweavers, their art, and Sardinia in general. I seek to help preserve, protect, promote, encourage, and advance the tessitrici artigianali and the arts, culture, heritage, land, economy, and people of Sardinia in a sustainable manner.
Sardinian Arts is designed to highlight the weavers. However, the website and what I do for Sardinian Arts also provide examples of the scope, style, and quality of work I do, so I mention it here, especially as people often ask questions such as the following:
Is Sardinian Arts all my work?
Yes. Sardinian Arts is a one-woman production. In the past, I did hire some part-time contract help for certain tasks, but that was short-lived.
Did I made the documentary I Want to Weave the Weft of Time, found on the website?
Yes. I conceived, filmed, edited, narrated, and produced the film. Thanks to Ruth Mendelson for her fabulous soundtrack, which makes the movie.
Did I conceive, organize, and produce the 2017 exhibit and the related projects?
Did I design the logo?
Did I write the copy on SardinianArts.com?
Yes. I wrote the copy and all posts. (The few exceptions are Italian versions of the artists’ “In Their Own Words” pages, where I post what the weavers wrote in Italian. I translated each artist’s statement into English. Intentionally, I do not optimize the copy for SEO.)
Did I take the photos?
Did I design and put the site together myself?
Do I design ads and collateral myself?
Do I write my own presentations?
Have I met the weavers mentioned?
Yes. Some have become family.
Come visit SardinianArts.com if you haven’t yet!
~ KM Koza