Craft workshop: Dó Paper Earring making
August 25 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM350,000VND
Zó project is a social business which preserves, supports and expands Vietnamese traditional paper (dó paper) and its making technique in a sustainable and creative way.
The idea for the Zó project came from the passion of founder, Trần Hồng Nhung. The Zó project is a young dynamic team wishing to bring back traditional values into modern society. In return, profits are ploughed back into the community of paper-makers creating job opportunities and providing stable incomes for the ethnic minority village in the Northern province of Vietnam.
FVH teams up with the Zó project regularly to run small workshops for FVH members at a reduced price.
The list of activities we currently collaborate on using dó paper include:
- Calligraphy on dó paper
- Book binding
- Fan making
- Making bracelets
- Earring making
Workshops are held in the Zó project shop top floor, along Hanoi’s famous ‘railway street’ on the rail tracks. About 3.30pm a train will wiz past the shop.
This month’s Zó Project workshop is making dó paper earring making
- Summary about dó paper and how it is made
- Introduction to the tools and materials used for making the earrings
- Introduction to samples
- Guidance and instruction as we make our own pairs of earrings (usually we can make 3-4 sets each)
Duration: appx 2 hours
Venue: Zo project shop (1st floor workshop). 10 Dien Bien Phu, near Hang Bong, half way up along the rail tracks
Max no of participants: 6 (max)
Discounted for FVH members 350,000 vnd pp (prices the same for adults, students and children as this is a direct cost to Zó)