Applications for the 2021 Artist Residency Program are open from 1st August until 30th September 2020. The earlier the better your chances! Successful applicants will be notified from 15th October until 30th October 2020.
NOTE: Due to the outbreak of COVID19, some of the selected artists for 2020 have been reschedule for 2021 so there are limited slots for new applicants.
PARA-OTHER : A Transatlantic Shortwave That Transcends Language And Geography
CALL FOR ARTISTS
ACCRA [dot] ALT, REDD KAT Pictures, Grin Studios, Attukwei Art Foundation and Dr. Monk announce the eight Annual CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival will be held August 20 - 26, 2018
Deadline 1 May 2018
How do we re-interpret the world beyond the intimacy of our eyes, mind and body?
Could the moving image complement our non-stoppable hallucination of the future of freedom?
The film series will be presented at Chale Wote Art Festival 2018 in James Town, Accra (GH) and international museums and art spaces in The Netherlands.
Send us your One Minute video.
Deadline 1 May 2018
How to send your One Minute: theoneminutes.org/participate
Following on from crazinisT artisT’s Rituals of Becoming exhibition at Gallery 1957 earlier this year, issue 12 of CCQ leads with a collaborative set of performative images created exclusively for the magazine and a conversation with the artist and the curator of the exhibition, Maria Rus Bojan. To download the latest issue of the magazine.
Another feature in the African focused collecting supplement reviewed the use of textiles and fabric in the practice of West African artists. The article included the works of Gallery 1957 artists Serge Attukwei Clottey, crazinisT artisT and Zohra Opoku.
In an interview with Oliver Enwonwu for Omenka Magazine, crazinisT artisT talks about performance art in Africa, the thoughts that go behind his work and what he hopes visitors will see in 'Rituals of Becoming', his debut solo exhibition at Gallery 1957.
Over the past decade, the Department of Painting and Sculpture, KNUST under the revolutionary and interventionist teaching of [Dr] kąrî'kạchä seid'ou who has until recently been supported by some of his colleague lecturers [ifnotall], expanded its artistic territories beyond the walls of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the city of Kumasi. However, the department has recorded several 'self-curated' solo exhibitions by students as part of their final year proj
Open call for Participation in the Performance The Return of the Slaves Elmina Castle, Cape Coast, Ghana. 3rd-4th July 2015 Deadline for registering: 25th May 2015 "We are captives... conquered in the mind by these miraged chains of institutional struggles. Humanity has fallen apart and our neighbours are perceived objects of manipulations. Our reasoning and morals can only be governed by architectural doctrines that demolished the powers of our mind." crazinisT artisT, in collaboration with...