‘Vagabonds’, a Ghanaian short film directed by Amartei Armar, has been selected among world films to be screened at the 42nd edition of the Montreal World Film Festival in Canada (MWFF). Continue reading Ghanaian Short Film Screened at Montreal World Film Festival in Canada
his past April, a group of men wearing dresses and wigs, their lips painted bright red and pink, some in big hoop earrings, trudged through the streets of the Labadi neighborhood in Accra carrying large yellow plastic containers that had been stitched together. Called gallons in local parlance, the containers were from the nearby studio (and home) of artist Serge Attukwei Clottey, who uses them to make his art, which he calls “Afrogallonism.” Continue reading Ghana’s Artists Are Building—and Engaging—Communities
South African entertainment company Media Africa Studios has announced the launch of the much awaited maiden edition Ghana Music Awards – South Africa. Continue reading Media Africa Studios Set To Launch Ghana Music Awards – South Africa
Are We Witnessing an Art Revolution in Ghana?
Ghana is currently home to some of the most exciting art scenes on the continent.
How Ghana’s Architecture Was Reimagined With a Little Help From Communist Europe
“Colonial Africa was transformed into a laboratory for Western modernity.”
Wikipedia Ghana Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Wikipedia Ghana Celebrates 15th Anniversary at Shaping Davos in Accra.
MusicXChange Has Launched A Project To Promote Music Therapy In Ghana
A non-profit organization MusicXChange has launched a pilot project to promote the use of music therapy at the HopeXChange Medical Center in Kumasi, Ghana.