There was a great display of art at James Town in Accra as part of the annual Chale Wote Street Art Festival.
People from the various aspects of the arts paraded the streets of James Town to display their crafts and artistry.
The programme which started on August 14, 2019, was pregnant with activities; climaxing with art exhibition on Saturday, August 24 and Sunday, August 25, 2019.
Over 150 artists from 21 countries participated in the elaborate multi-disciplinary open-air public space exhibition stretching from James Town into 6 satellite spaces throughout Accra; Kukun, National Theatre, Museum of Science and Technology, Tegan Heritage Collection and Museum, Ozzie’s and the new Gold Coast.
This year’s event focuses on the conceptual intersection of artistic thought around mythology from Africa and artist dialogues geared towards imaginative joint presentations.
Citi TV and Citi FM also provided patrons with quality entertainment alongside kenkey and pork at the GRA Car Park at James Town.
The Nkyinkyim Band and Dromo Naa ensemble served patrons of the festival with great music that got them asking for more.
In 8 years Chale Wote Street Art Festival has provided multiple platforms for discovering some of the most talented creators from around the world and Africa particularly.
Chale Wote has become a destination for emerging as well as established artists and cultural workers across the world.