ABOUT BLUE FISH

As technology and globalization brings societies closer to each other, sustaining human cultural diversity becomes a challenge. The challenge is mainly caused by the inability of art and craft communities to adapt global market trends to their own heritage, and hence threatening the evolution of national cultures.
 
At Blue Fish we are passionate about cultural diversity, which we believe is best sustained when linked to positive socio-economic development. At Blue Fish we design solutions that unleash national art and craft potentials, through entrepreneurial and technical skills development and by building cultural bridges of understanding to sustain cultural diversity using the same tools that challenge diversity; technology and globalization.

WHAT WE DO

CULTURAL PRESERVATION

Research and documentation of creative

industry preservation challenges

and socio-economic opportunities.

Design new business models for

historical building revival.

PEOPLE & SPACE EMPOWERMENT

Transform inherited skills

into entrepreneurial opportunities.

Design sustainable business models

for historical buildings.

Analyze artisan business challenges

and design programs to improve their sustainability.

Ensure respect for local culture

and preservation of artisan way of life.

LINKS FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Market education on preserved heritage

skills and market demand initiation.

Develop and manage artisan

clusters to improve community.

Socio-economic development through

international trade opportunities.

Initiate international market links,

which respect diversity and preserve

artisan-entrepreneur rights.

BLOG

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  • THE CHECHIA; A LITTLE RED HAT WITH A GLOBAL…

    When visiting Souk el-Chaouachia in the Medina of Tunis, you find yourself passing by the little workshops of Chaouachi (Chechia artisans), where you can observe them, in their working overalls, busily working, brushing, ironing, checking the finishing or counting Chechias.…

  • THE MEDINA’S WORLD OF ARTS AND CRAFTS

    Once upon a time, the artisans of the Medina of Tunis were the masters of trade and commerce. Five words were used, to describe the entire urban commercial system which regulated the Medina’s artisans and their trade.

    The “Orf”, is…

CONTACT US

Blue Fish No.3 imp.5 Rue Azouz Rebai El Manar II, Tunis 2092 Tunisia

42bis Rue du Pacha, La Medina, 1006, Tunis, Tunisie.

info@bluefish.me

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