Our exhibition w. Takoradi Technical University opened over the weekend. Thank you to all those who came to celebrate the works of the final year students as well as some lecturers whose works are exhibited in our main gallery space.
Many of the artworks use nature as a muse, exploring the environment and landscape through unconventional materials such as castaway jute sacks, palm chaffing, plastics, found metals and reclaimed wood.
Exhibition is on going till July 1st, 2018. 📸 : @kobebigs#art#sculpture#painting#trailblazers#ghanaianart#africanart
You are invited to the opening of our exhibition which showcases the art of 13 shortlisted final year students and lecturers from the department of painting & sculpture at the Takoradi Technical University.
The exhibition opens tomorrow the 12th of May 2018 from 7pm.
Great Spotlight talk last Friday evening in our main gallery space with photographer Jessica Sarkodie @jessicasarkodie on her #GhanaDearest series.
Discussed everything from copyright, permission, politics of arts and infrastructure and the future of photography in Ghana and across Africa.
Thanks to African Lens (@africanlens.co) founder + designer Aaron Yeboah (@2dotsspace ) and talk chair and curator, Bianca A Manu & to everyone who came through✨
Nubuke Foundation is proud to showcase the art of 13 shortlisted final year students and lecturers from the department of painting & sculpture at the Takoradi Technical University.
You’re invited to the Public Opening on Saturday May 12th, 2018 from 7 pm.
Tonight at the container, Gold Coast Gothic, a performative installation incorporating video,text,greenery and objects by renowned performance artist @efuasutherland . It is focused around modern myth making mineral and vegetative wealth and spiritual recalibration.
Join us for a Spotlight Talk followed by a conversation with Jessica Sarkodie (@jessicasarkodie) , one of the 6 exhibiting female photographers of our ongoing exhibition. Hosted by exhibition curator, Bianca Ama Manu & African Lens (@africanlens.co )founder + designer Aaron Yeboah (@2dotsspace)
Friday , 27th April, 7pm.
Some highlights from last weekend’s ‘African Lens Exhibition’ opening night. There was an amazing turnout of 400+ people - Nubuke Foundation and African Lens are thankful for those who joined to celebrate incredibly talented female African photographers.
A big thank you to the contributing female photographers for the photographs for the exhibition and for the African Lens : Volume 4 book.
Exhibition is on going till April 29th,2018. There’s still a chance to see it if you haven’t yet. 📸: @linaalvley_photos
Tapestries of History explores the cultures and traditions of the Upper West, revealing interesting vistas of the region’s past. Featuring an immersive digital installation that offers a panorama of the region’s history, chieftaincy traditions, festivals and community life.
The exhibition also provides visitors with interactive and participatory opportunities to add their voices to the unfolding narratives
Writer and presenter Afua Hirsch launches her book BRIT(ish) at Front/Back on the 25th of March. Books will be on sale along with a reading/book-signing. Please text 0242 725223 to be added to the guest list.
An interesting insight into @appah_gideon -Gideon Appah’s background , his grandmother as inspiration for his first solo exhibition as well as his process - use of vibrant colors in his work during the artist and curator talk that happened over the weekend ✨ #gideonappah#Inpokuasplace#vibrantcolors#art
Hosted a reading session with Hiroko Yoneyama and the kids from Calvary Love School.