Here we are again with more visuals from Strolling Goats In Accra, featuring the artists who make Chale Wote pop.
Photos by Mantse Aryeequaye
Adjoa Amoah works with the Foundation for Contemporary Art Ghana; the visual coordinators of Chale Wote 2014. Word reaching us is that they have quite an exhibition at the festival grounds this year, so of course we are looking forward.
Nii Armah came up with an innovative way to set up our performance spaces by arranging stages an props so they become one with the space. Festival goers are curious about his setup on the 23rd and 24th of August.
Nyahan and her school colleagues had an awesome time meeting other artists creating at Chale Wote this year. They will be transforming a few bare walls into intriguing mural stations during the festival. Oh and they are from Tema International School.
For those of you who follow our blog, you must have read about Ibrahim Mahama’s work showing at the Saatchi gallery in London. Guess what the installation on display at Saatchi was first at Chale Wote 2013. We know he is working on something very big, for now we can only dream about what it will be.
Don’t let the ‘no-smiles’ fool you; Ofoli Kwei is one of the coolest bloggers in Accra. He documents sports and some of the dopest cultural activities in the city; like Chale Wote.
Stay tuned for more visuals from the #CHALEWOTE2014 version of Strolling Goats In Accra.