Time Out says
Posted: Fri Feb 20 2015
The Nubuke Foundation has been in this, its first permanent location, since 2009. In this pleasant building in East Legon is one of the most interesting art galleries in the city. It was set up to provide an artistic space for Ghanaian artists (often in collaboration with artists from other countries) and show off their talents. It has also a philanthropic aim to support artisans around the country. One successful project was with kente cloth weavers in Tsiame, in the Volta Region, teaching them how to make more commercially appealing cloth (tableware and bedding for example) as well as improving techniques such as colour fastening. The results, available at its shop, are beautiful pieces of work (between GH¢100-600 for two yards). Its vibrant cultural offering includes poetry evenings, Saturday workshops, art walks, film and music. Keep an eye on the website for details.
Nubuke Foundation 7 Adamafio Close, East Legon
near Mensvic Grand Hotel
What's on at Nubuke Foundation
Folk and ethnic
Dance Africa Foundation and the Nubuke Foundation are putting on a benefit performance featuring Ghanaian and African dances. There will also be dance lessons for the public and a silent auction. Refreshments will be provided. Free