Project Arctic Wood Network is a collaboration between seven museums in Finland, Sweden, Russia, Denmark and Norway. These museums share a special focus on crafts and wood working. The aim of the project is to make significant contributions to the economic vitality of traditional wood working crafts in Nordic countries and Russia by bettering the economic situation & entrepreneurial skills of wood working craftsmen as well as museums. The project is funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Barents sekretariat.
Arctic Wood Network tapaaminen 24-26.9 at Stundars “Ostrobothnian timber houses and wood craft skills”.
Partners Västernorrlands Länsmuseum – Murberget, Sweden, Luostarinmäki Handicrafts Museum Finland, Frilandsmuseet Hjerl Hede Danmark, Midt-Troms Museum Norge (Lead partner), Kizhi State Open Air Museum Russia, Malye Korely Museum Russia and Stundars