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A Tale of Two Cities.

2-14 May 2006. The Foundation For Contemporary Art Ghana (FCA) presents an exhibition and sale of work by local contemporary artists inspired by the cities of Accra and Kumasi, capital of the Ashanti...
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Harvest Praise 2006.

16 April 2006. The Music Ministry A Tool for Soul Winning is the theme of this years Harvest Praise Easter Gospel music festival featuring the Harvest Gospel Choir and guest artists from all over the...
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Kwahu Easter Fiesta.

14-16 April 2006. This years line-up at the annual music festival in Eastern Region includes Ofori Amponsah winner of seven awards at the recent Ghana Music Awards Kofi Nti and Barosky, Lord Kenya,...
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Environmental film festival.

30 March-7 April 2006. This years Environmental Film Festival of Accra (EFFA) presents over 40 films from 22 countries at various venues around the city. The programme, which has the theme African Env...
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From plastic into art.

30 March-14 April 2006. Three young artists present works made out of plastic waste material to coincide with the Environmental Film Festival of Accra (30 March-7 April). The exhibition comprises Not...
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Made in Ghana.

17 March 2006. Makeba L. Boateng and Patrick T. Ehlah present traditional and original fabrics and fashion designs. Participants in a British Council-sponsored African cultural heritage workshop in Za...
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Eclipse breakfast.

29 March 2006. At around 09.10 on 29 March Accra will experience a total eclipse of the sun, when the moon passes in front of the sun, completely blocking out its rays. The British Council is inviting...
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Addressing social issues in art.

14-24 March 2006. Exhibition of work by Ghanaian painter, sculptor and poet Benedict Kojo Quaye. Quaye studied at the Ankle College of Art in Accra and uses his work to address social and political is...
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Lectures at the British Council.

7-29 March 2006. The British Council in Accra has a full programme of lectures in March. On 7 March Rocky Dawuni, Ghanas foremost reggae musician, gives a personal account of his career and talks abou...
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Ghana Music Awards Festival 2006.

2-6 March 2006. The annual Ghana Music Awards opens on 2 March with the Ghana music industry awards and highlife night. This is followed on 3 March by a conference on key issues in Ghanas music indust...
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J.B. Danquah Memorial lectures.

20-22 Feb 2006. Three lectures organised by the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences explore the theme of Education, Literacy and Governance: A Linguistic Inquiry into Ghanas Burgeoning Democracy. The l...
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Crossing Borders public reading.

3 March 2006. Twelve promising new Ghanaian writers present their work at a public reading organised by the British Council as part of its international Crossing Borders initiative. The authors are al...
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ArtHaus resident artist exhibition.

14 Feb-3 March 2006. Work by Ghanaian wood sculptor Ray-Claver Agbo is on display at the Goethe-Institut. Agbo completed his artistic studies in Lom, Togo, before returning to Ghana in 1994, where he...
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Solar eclipse conference.

27 March-1 April 2006. Experts look at the history and culture of sky-watching in Africa on the occasion of the solar eclipse on 29 March. The conference includes special workshops for students and te...
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NYC Black Film Forum

6 Dec 2012. Goethe Institut screens Then End of Poverty by Phillipe Diaz at 19.00. This provoking documentary analyzes the reasons why today 20 per cent of the world’s population uses 80 per...
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Projection of The Rescuers

29 Jan. On occasion of the Holocaust Remembrance Day, Goethe Institut screens, in cooperation with the UNIC (United Nations Information Centre) and the embassies of Israel and Germany in Accra, the do...
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Artistic Competition for Children

14 June-31 August 2011. This artistic competition for children is entitled My Greatest Idea: Wishes for the City. Children are invited to create an interesting expression of their future aspiratio...
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