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For many 2021 has been a year of reflection. Looking back on the past couple of years has given many of us pause for thought. Whether it’s our health, the health of others, or the health of our planet – I think we can all admit our focus has been sharpened.

It got us thinking; how can Creative Italy contribute in a positive and sustainable way to the health of our creatives and in turn the planet?

A major step we have taken is to sign up as a Positive Impact Ambassador  supported by SME Climate Hub, which aims to achieve a net zero commitment as part of last year’s COP26 conference. We believe in contributing to a sustainable event sector. We are serious about our commitment to providing experiences and courses which are sustainable and responsible.

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For Creative Italy we always like to get back to the basics of creativity. To start at the beginning we must start with the earliest tools used at the dawn of civilization – our hands!

The use of our hands was an essential part of our evolutionary development as humans. What difference could we make if we relied less on mass production, and relied more on our hands?

We asked a selection Creative Italy’s expert artisans what the use of their hands means to them as creatives…

Daniele: ‘What does working with my hands mean to me as a shoemaker? Accomplishing an idea’




Emanuela: ‘As an artist for me manuality is giving shape to one’s imagination





Francesca: ‘Being able to use my hands when decorating means accomplishing what is in my heart’





Monica: ‘For a ceramist like me, what does it mean to work with my hands? To be able to bring out the child in me’


Coming soon in 2022 – Retreat with the Artisans

We are delighted to give you a sneak peek to a package we have been developing over the past year.

We were inspired by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development taking into about 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).

With a focus on Quality Education and Responsible Consumption and Production we believe it is vital that we contribute to a more sustainable approach to tourism.

The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) defines sustainable tourism as ‘tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities.’

With this in mind we will be launching our package Retreat with the Artisans in the coming weeks – we look forward to introducing you to some truly remarkable artisans, territories and traditions, all whilst taking a sustainable approach to our practices.

To start planning your 2022 creative journey contact us now for your customised quote!


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