Ghana Arts and Culture Awards seeks to honour and appreciate the forerunners, brands and the current key players who have contributed greatly to the Arts and Culture Industry here in Ghana and beyond. This awards scheme will be based on selection of individuals who will be filing for nomination. The Ghana Arts and Culture Awards consists of 18 categories, including Honorary awards.
TRADITIONAL DANCE GROUP OF THE YEAR
TRADITIONAL MUSIC GROUP OF THE YEAR
GHANAIAN FASHION DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
GHANAIAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR
CULTURAL HERITAGE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR
CORPORATE SUPPORT FOR ARTS AND CULTURE OF THE YEAR
OUTSTANDING CULTURAL PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR
GHANAIAN ARTIST VISUAL
CULTURAL TV PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR
CULTURAL RADIO PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR
ART FESTIVAL EVENT OF THE YEAR
INDIGENOUS CATERER OF THE YEAR
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST OF THE YEAR
GHANAIAN MOVIE OF THE YEAR
DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR
ARTS AND CULTURE MEDIA OF THE YEAR (Photography, Television, Blog)
Nominations will be done based on public recommendation. This means the individual has to receive mentions on our social media platforms which will have his or her portfolio featuring.
It is vetted by a 3-9 member panel of distinguished industry leaders within the Ghanaian Arts and Culture industry. Nomination is done based on how positively influential the projects of these individuals and brands have been on the Arts and Culture industry in Ghana.
Year of Return, Ghana 2019” is a major landmark marketing campaign targeting the African – American and Diaspora Market to mark 400 years of the first enslaved African arriving in Jamestown Virginia. The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) under the Auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is leading the project in collaboration with the Office of Diaspora Affairs at the Office of the President, the Panafest Foundation and the Adinkra Group of USA.
Ghana is one of three selected African countries offered the chance to battle out for a winner to represent Africa at the Global King and Queen Dance Competition to be held in Jamaica at the WanMove Diaspora Street Dance Conference.With the diversity in our rich cultural dance,Ghana can not be left out of the league of top african acts when it comes to dancing.
As part of efforts to promote goods and services produced in Ghana, a ‘Made-in-Ghana’ campaign policy has been launched.
The key objective of the policy is to increase awareness among the public on the need to patronise ‘Made-In-Ghana’ goods and services, and to improve the production, processing and distribution value chain of targeted products in terms of raw materials availability and adequacy of operational materials
The Ghana Tourism Authority in partnership with the African Tourist Partners, South Africa organises the maiden edition of the Women in tourism summit at the Accra International Conference Centre on June 21, 2018.
The first women summit ever in Ghana, would be on the theme: “Driving women empowerment through tourism development.”
The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is an alternative platform that brings art, music, design, dance and performance out into the streets. The community-based festival takes place in James Town – one of Accra’s most historic communities and targets exchanges between Ghana-based and international artists creating and appreciating art together.
The Pan African Historical Theatre Festival, commonly known as PANAFEST was mooted by the Late Efua Sutherland in the mid-1980s as a cultural vehicle for bringing Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora together around the issues raised by slavery which remain suppressed. PANAFEST addresses the most traumatic interruption that ever occurred in the natural evolution of African societies which among other traumas, profoundly eroded the self- confidence and freedom for self-determination of a whole people. These constitute an impediment to the progress of Africans and must be laid to rest. Ghana’s coastline is dotted with large, now silent memorials to over 500 years of this most turbulent era in Africa’s history The festival consciously makes them a site for confronting the effects of enslavement, purging the pain of Diaspora, acknowledging the residual effects of the trade on the Continent and re-uniting to forge a positive future in the contemporary global environment
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