Digital Training for Artists and Creative Entrepreneurs

Overview As part of our West Africa Digital Inclusion Project, the British Council through its Digital Skills Training project is creating a platform for artists and creatives to develop and improve their understanding of digital tools and platforms available to enhance the creation, production, distribution and exhibition of their artistic outputs. We define digital skills…

MESH Creative Confab 2018 Photo Gallery

Another successful creative confab was held on Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th of July 2018. This year’s edition of MESH Creative Confab was one of many firsts. For the first time, it was held across 2 full days, it feature a much anticipated and well attended masterclasses session, and for the first time…

MESH Creative Confab 2018….Re-imagine

In our nation’s quest to move ‘Beyond aid’ it is absolutely imperative that we begin to re-imagine the way we do things in all sectors of the economy. MESH Creative Confab 2018 seeks to unearth the role of the creative industry in this process by curating sessions that showcase and demonstrate innovative ideas, projects and creative…

[Photo Gallery] MESH Creative Confab November, 2016

The November 2016 edition of MESH Creative Confab took place at the Museum of Science and Technology on Saturday, 19th November 2016. The biannual event was attended by creative individuals of entrepreneurs and enthusiasts in Ghana for the purposes of inspiration, networking, market expansion and collaboration. The event was designed to present various levels of…

What happened at MESH Creative Confab Nov, 2016

Just two days ago, Accra witnessed the second edition of the biannual MESH Creative Confab at the Museum of Science and Technology, Accra-Ghana. This event brought together yet another diverse phase of creatives once again to Meet+Explore+Share their works, projects and services in the just ended MESH Creative Confab, November 2016. The event started with…

Announcing MESH Creative Confab Nov. 2016

MESH Creative Confab is Ghana’s largest biannual creative gathering under one roof for meeting, exploring and sharing creative ideas, projects, products and services. The event is specially curated to deliver a total experience that creates opportunity to learn and be inspired by the people, products, services and latest trends in the creative industry and provide…

Support [Ananse’s well rescue] kickstarter campaign

If you were born and raised in Ghana anywhere before the mid 1990s, when GTV was the only station, you must be a big fan of Kweku Ananse, Ghana’s very own spider man, famed for his witty and cunningly ways that always lands him in some sort of trouble. It appears this time, he has…

Premiering Pieli – Ghana’s first epic adventure movie

It was only a few months ago when self taught film director Leonard A. Kubaloe and his team from OBL Studios from Tamale stole the show at MESH Creative Confab with his mind boggling presentation that took a mesmerized audience through the series of DIY, improvisation and utter fortitudinous journey in producing the pilot episode of Pieli; the…

Moh Awudu – Street artist extraordinaire

On walls, on the streets and on canvas, Mohammed Awudu, popularly known as Moh Awudu is one of Ghana’s most prolific artists. Born and raised in Nima, he sees himself as an ambassador for the community and street art is his means of shining a bright light, or quite literally , ‘a colorful splash of paint’ in his community. Prior…

The multi-dimensional art of Quaphryma

Quaphryma coined from his name KWADWO FRIMPONG-AMANING is a product of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and University of Education, Winneba. His passion for art stems from his love for comics and animated movies. He’s worked for Portrait & Illusions and is currently the Lead artist at Leti Arts. He creates cover art…

What happened at MESH Creative Confab May, 2016

A little over a week ago, Accra witnessed another exciting edition of the biannual MESH Creative Confab, held at the British Council. It was an event that brought together diverse creative practitioners, professionals and aspiring alike, as well as creativity enthusiasts under one roof to meet, explore and share their works, projects and services. This…

[Photo Gallery] MESH Creative Confab May 2016

The May 2016 edition of MESH Creative Confab took place at the British Council on Saturday, 28th May 2016. The biannual event which was attended by over 500 persons is the largest gathering of creative individuals, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts in Ghana for the purposes of inspiration, networking, market expansion and collaboration. The event is designed to…

MESH Creative Confab [May, 2016]

Register for free ticket to MESH Creative Confab [28th May 2016] here What is MESH Creative Confab? MESH Creative Confab is a biannual event that brings together the very best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof for the purposes of meeting, exploring and sharing creative ideas, projects, products and services. The primary target group for MESH…

Hyper realistic drawings and caricatures of Ray Styles hand

Emmanuel Apraku, known more popularly in art circles as Ray Styles, a nick-name he acquired in secondary school is a Ghanaian born artist who’s talents span a wide spectrum. From hyper-realistic pencil portraiture, digital realistic and caricature art, he certainly is a jack of many trades and indeed a master of all. Being the son…

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.”

Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and the sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production. Although Ford did not invent the automobile or the assembly line, he developed and manufactured the first automobile that many middle class Americans could afford. In doing so,…