in العربية / Arabic translated by Amira
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This translation was written during a Multilingual Museum workshop held at the Powerhouse Library in Moss Side, Manchester (February 2023).
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27 Jun, 2023
In Romani – the spoons made us think about a Roma group called Lingurari (spoon makers), who used to make a living out of carving spoons and other everyday objects. We talked about the past and present of the Lingurari group, and the way they used to make a living through their wood carving. The group is still known as Lingurari even though the trades are being lost. A lot of Roma groups are still known by their trade name this way.
In the audio, a mum is telling her kids about the tradition.
25 Apr, 2023
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