Tuesday, October 9, 2018

“Everything Ghanaian is beautiful but…” – Osisiye Tafa writes on his...

We were at the Folkspace of the National Art Theatre, Accra, for a film show that was part of the Chale Wote Street Art...

Adong Judith becomes first Ugandan to receive the Prince Claus Award

Adong Judith from Gulu in Uganda, is a playwright, film and theatre-maker whose work raises public debate on contentious issues to provoke positive change. She...

Announcing the 2018 Prince Claus Laureates

The Prince Claus Awards honour visionary individuals and organisations for their excellent, ground-breaking work in fields of culture and development. HRH Prince Constantijn will...

Namibian Farmers Shoes have become a Hipster Must-Have in the World’s...

By Lynsey Chutel Red suede veldskoene go with everything, rather surprisingly. They can be worn with flowing floral dresses, purple winter stockings, and tailored trousers and jeans—the skinnier...

Cape Town International Film Market and Festival announces official selection 2018

The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival is proud to announce the official selection of feature films for the 2018 edition of the...

How Africa’s film industry can unlock up to $2 billion box...

If Africa were to follow China’s example and broadly invest in cinema infrastructure, it could achieve annual box office revenues of $1.5 to $2...

The fast rising trend of Online Art Galleries in Africa

by Iweka Kingsley In February this year, ‘Tutu’ a painting by the renowned Nigerian artist, Ben Enwonwu, was auctioned and sold for an African record...

5 things to know about Ghana’s Chale Wote Street Art Festival

"Chale Wote" is a very popular phrase in the Ghanaian Ga dialect which translates to "Let’s Go", and is also the name given to...