British Council launches Ghana Arts season 2
Season 2 of Ghana Arts by the British Council has successfully been launched on Thursday, February 8,2024 in Accra.
The British Council through this initiative provides a platform for creatives to project their act to the rest of the world.
The season 2 will be held in Accra, Kumasi and Tamale.
As part of activities for this edition, the creatives in Tamale will have their share on February 22, followed by Kumasi on March 14 and then back to Accra on April 11.
Speaking to Andrew Entsua-Mensah, Project Manager for Arts and Culture at British Council said they are a force to reckon with in the creative sector aside from other things people know them for in the area of exams and policy direction.
He said they have built on the previous edition by putting in place measures for an improved season two, adding that opportunities would be provided for upcoming creatives through the creative enterprise support programmes.
According to him, as part of the showcasing and pop-up market, they are looking at creatives from all aspects including dance, music, photography, theatre, visual arts, film , A.I among others.
Mr Edmond Moukala, Head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO) said his outfit is committed to ensuring a successful season 2.
“We support this initiative 100 percent and we will do whatever we can within our capacity to make sure this is a success,” he said
Some participants who have benefited from the Ghana Arts shared their stories to inspire others.
By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme