Traditional items featuring art products from many parts of the nation may be found in Bangui’s artists’ market. Woven mats and baskets, rudimentary wooden utensils, carved stools, ceramics, musical instruments, tanned skins, and wood items are examples of handicrafts. Animal horns are used to make the balafon, which is comparable to a xylophone. Butterfly wings pasted with gum on paper, as well as ebony and hardwood sculptures from the tropical area, are examples of innovative designs. Carved animals and human figures are also included in the artwork. Around 100 students are trained in creative craftsmanship in leather, ivory, and ebony items at the Bangui crafts facility.