Nubuke’s soft opening this August as part of Chale Wote festival (Nubuke Now 2019 )
Following a year of construction, Nubuke Foundationwill organise this month a series of live events to give the general public a preview of their new arts space to be opened formally later in 2019. Nubuke’s soft opening will be integrated as part of the Chale Wote festival.
Institut Français is proud to be associated to James Barnor’s luminary talk scheduled to take place on Saturday, 17th August, 2019 at 11.00 am. Nubuke Foundation will host an outdoor talk spotlighting the veteran photographer with a complimentary lunch and copies of his Ever Young publication (published by Ed. Clémentine de la Féronnière / Autograph ABP) available for purchase. They will also be supporting http://africanlens.co/ as they launch Volume 5 of their photography exhibition.
Nubuke Foundation is a visual art and cultural institution based in Accra, Ghana. Founded in 2006, it serves as a nexus for arts and culture across the country while supporting the artistic practice of Ghanaians: young, mid-career and experienced. The creative programming includes exhibitions, art talks, seminars, workshops and space for drama, poetry, music and film collaborations.