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ehalakasa:

#Throwback We recap the TalkParty event in April when Ehalakasa featured Kwame Write as guest poet. Creative minds converged at the Nubuke Foundation in East Legon to share in the spirit of art and freedom of expression. Join us every month for our TalkParty or Slam series. Support us by donating at our events. 

Photography by Desire Clarke. 

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ehalakasa:

World Poetry Day 2014 celebrations. Presentation of trophy and concert at the Goethe Institut, Cantonments, Accra. Ehalakasa poets (Kwame Write, Nii Darko, Lauren Goodwin) and musicians (Ansong Jr, Yogendra Ahimi) served as mentors for eager Senior High School minds. 

Photography by Desire Clarke. All rights reserved.

website: www.ehalakasa.wix.com/ehalakasa

vimeo: www.vimeo.com/ehalakasa

twitter: @ehalakasa

facebook: www.facebook.com/ehalakasa
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/ehalakasa
email: ehalakasa@gmail.com

ehalakasa:

World Poetry Day 2014 celebrations. Presentation of trophy and concert at the Goethe Institut, Cantonments, Accra. Ehalakasa poets (Kwame Write, Nii Darko, Lauren Goodwin) and musicians (Ansong Jr, Yogendra Ahimi) served as mentors for eager Senior High School minds. 

Photography by Desire Clarke. All rights reserved.

 website: www.ehalakasa.wix.com/ehalakasa

vimeo: www.vimeo.com/ehalakasa

twitter: @ehalakasa

facebook: www.facebook.com/ehalakasa
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/ehalakasa
email: ehalakasa@gmail.com

morrismirelesstuff:

Aburi though the lens of a bike, Ghana, 2014.

morrismirelesstuff:

Aburi though the lens of a bike, Ghana, 2014.

reblogartistagh:

Symbolism Performance (Chalewote2014) This was a performance on the first day of the festival. These ladies were costumed in Black and White Polythene bags which symbolised the theme for this year’s festival. Which was “Death,Transition and Rebirth”. The black symbolised Death and White symbolised Rebirth.It was a beautiful performance at the Mantse Agbona Square,Jamestown.

reblogartistagh:

Symbolism Performance (Chalewote2014)
This was a performance on the first day of the festival. These ladies were costumed in Black and White Polythene bags which symbolised the theme for this year’s festival. Which was “Death,Transition and Rebirth”. The black symbolised Death and White symbolised Rebirth.It was a beautiful performance at the Mantse Agbona Square,Jamestown.

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The Sweet Talks - Angelina
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goldcoastghana:

One of Ghana’s most popular highlife groups, The Sweet Talks was formed in 1973 under the joint leadership of Pope Flynn, A.B. Crentsil, and Smart Nkansah. They were the resident band at The Talk Of The Town Hotel in the port city of Tema and it was there that they established themselves as one of the most exciting young bands in the country. Due to the popularity and commercial success of their first three albumsAdam & Eve, Kusum Beat, and Spiritual Ghanathe band began touring on a regular basis and made it as far as Los Angeles, where they recorded their 1978 classic “Hollywood Highlife Party”. The album would prove to be their biggest seller, with “Angelina” as one of its most popular tracks. However, by 1980, faced with an uncertain economic climate in Ghana and a declining record industry, the group split-up to pursue separate careers.

aidinnovations:

thethreeeyedhero:

Ofoe’s Studios of Colors at #ChaleWote2014 with DiQueku and Ofoe Amegavie

loveme-with-myflaws:

With @Yaasoulrebel 💖 Chalewote2014

goldcoastghana:

An 1876 portrait of a young woman from the Gold Coast.

goldcoastghana:

An 1876 portrait of a young woman from the Gold Coast.

elliehattephotography:

The Eastern Region - Ghana

This series of photos were all taken from the window of a moving car in various villages in the Eastern Region of Ghana. 
It never ceases to amaze me how colour coordinated the people are with their surroundings. The people of Ghana are always very well dressed and the buildings are so colourful. This makes it one of the most visually stunning places I have ever been. 

seurs:

Fisherman in Elmina,
Alessandro Baffa

seurs:

Fisherman in Elmina,

Alessandro Baffa