Category: Current Projects

Art and Thought Conversations

Art and Thought Conversations

The Foundation for Contemporary Art – Ghana [FCA-Ghana], Fihankra Review and The Studio Accra invite you to an Art and Thought Conversation with Fred E. Okai and Abbey IT-A. Date: Thursday September 15, 2022.Venue: Foundation for Contemporary Art – Ghana, W.E.B. DuBois Centre, Accra.Time: 6:00pm From Clay to Play – Forging Forms through Associations Fred investigates […]

LOATAD Symposium 2022-Saturday, 2 April, 2022 | 10am – 5pm

LOATAD Symposium 2022-Saturday, 2 April, 2022 | 10am – 5pm

The Library of Africa and the African Diaspora(LOATAD) in collaboration with the Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana(FCA-GH) invites you to its first Symposium titled, “Locating the Intersection between the Digital and the Physical: Creating Accessible Decolonised Archives, Libraries, and Literature for a Knowledge-Based African Renaissance” Do join us on Saturday, April 2, 2022 from 10am – […]

The Line in partnership with the Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana is a recipient of a @britisharts International Collaboration Grants!

The Line in partnership with the Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana is a recipient of a @britisharts International Collaboration Grants!

Longitudinal Dialogues is a project developed by The Line in London that takes the project’s location on the Greenwich Meridian as a starting point for global cultural exchange. The inaugural project, co-curated with Arup Phase 2, explores the role of art in public space through a new commission by Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey. The British Council’s International […]

The Line, Longitudinal Dialogues, Serge Attukwei Clottey project, 2022

The Line, Longitudinal Dialogues, Serge Attukwei Clottey project, 2022

The Foundation for Contemporary Art – Ghana in collaboration with The Line and the artist Serge Attukwei Clottey is looking for two artist facilitators to deliver workshop sessions to 6 primary schools in Accra. Longitudinal Dialogues Project As part of parallel projects in London and Accra, The Line in collaboration with the Foundation for Contemporary […]