Heidi Ranik talks

Heidi Ranik talks about her Estonian handicraft exhibition at Glenroy Library in Melbourne.

It all started when Linda Vann sat next to the head librarian of one of Melboune's libraries. "What a beautiful belt!", the librarian said. "That's the type of thing that we'd love to have on display in our glass cabinets." Reporting back to our ethnographic craft group, Linda asked the rest of us whether we should go ahead and organise a display - so that's exactly what we did. It took me 2 afternoons to finish the display, but in the end I felt that I had done my best in displaying our group's work and their family heirlooms. The response of people was fantastic as many people stopped to chat and share their excitement about the exhibit. One Chinese man (who spoke virtually no English) even started to chat to me - in Russian! Noting the irony of the situation & knowing that I had yet to put up a map, I politely replied "nyet Ruski", "Eesti, Estland, Estonia". The curiousity got the best of him, & he returned to the library to look up an atlas, and now I know what the Mandarin word for Estonia is - Issalandia!! Heidi Ranik talks about her Estonian handicraft exhibition at Glenroy Library in Melbourne. suggest best web hosting providers in the top internet services companies review list
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Heidi Ranik talks

14. sept. 2011

Heidi Ranik talks about her
Estonian handicraft exhibition at Glenroy Library in Melbourne.

It all started when Linda Vann sat next to the head librarian of one of Melboune's libraries. "What a beautiful belt!", the librarian said. "That's the type of thing that we'd love to have on display in our glass cabinets." Reporting back to our ethnographic craft group, Linda asked the rest of us whether we should go ahead and organise a display - so that's exactly what we did.

It took me 2 afternoons to finish the display, but in the end I felt that I had done my best in displaying our group's work and their family heirlooms. The response of people was fantastic as many people stopped to chat and share their excitement about the exhibit. One Chinese man (who spoke virtually no English) even started to chat to me - in Russian! Noting the irony of the situation & knowing that I had yet to put up a map, I politely replied "nyet Ruski", "Eesti, Estland, Estonia". The curiousity got the best of him, & he returned to the library to look up an atlas, and now I know what the Mandarin word for Estonia is - Issalandia!!

Heidi Ranik talks
Heidi Ranik talks Heidi Ranik talks about her Estonian handicraft exhibition at Glenroy Library in Melbourne.
Heidi Ranik talks
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