Arts/Culture

Wanna learn about racism in America? Don’t watch “The Help”, watch these

Hello, and welcome to your first of many lessons in learning about racial inequality in the United States. As protests erupt, sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police and fueled by years of systemic racism, you may be looking for resources to help you better understand why black folks are upset, angry, tired, fed up, sad, emotionally drained and …

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The City of Memphis To Honour Ghana In A Month-Long Celebration

For the last two years, the Embassy of Ghana in Washington DC, under the leadership of the Ambassador, H.E. Dr. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration have been working assiduously to highlight Ghana as the country of choice, for business and tourism throughout the United States of America. Sarkodie (left) and Stonebwoy As a result …

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AfroXmas 2019 shows off the port city of Tema in Ghana to the world

TheAfricanDream.net is excited to be among the media partners for this year’s AfroXmas that will usher Ghana from 2019 into 2020 with authentic Ghanaian musical and cultural activities from the port city of Tema, located outside Ghana’s capital city of Accra. AfroXmas 2019 SyPhics Studios, curators of AfroXmas this year welcomed the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) to once again join …

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Jagonzy picks Promoter of the Year award at 2019 Eastern Music Awards

Julian Asiedu aka Jagonzy after winning Promoter of the Year award at the 2019 edition of the Eastern Music Awards organized by Hi5 Production/Empire is already busy working on his signature event dubbed ‘All Black Invasion’ party in four different cities in Ghana. Outstanding and hardworking artistes within the entertainment and event promotion and management circles of the Eastern Region …

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How inspiration of Brandon Mkhululi Muchenje creates jaw-dropping pieces

Having no formal educational background in arts, Brandon Mkhululi Muchenje has grown to evolve an ability to use different art mediums like pens, pencils, and others to create different creative ideas that carry their unique messages in visually striking expressions. Brandon (right) pictured next to one of his pieces His journey started with the first major painting he did from …

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Hyper-realistic Ghanaian pencil artist Polypencil draws timeless images

“The artist may be long gone from earth but when we stand before a piece of his art – be it building, writing, paintings, drawings, etc, we must be able to see the artist still breathing in it,” said Polypencil, a Ghanaian hyper-realistic artist. In an interview with TheAfricanDream.net Polypencil explained that “a great artist makes himself immortal by leaving …

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Washington DC metro readies for first ‘Made in Africa Experience’

All people of African origin in the capital of the United States, Washington, DC will be gathering from September, 20-22 this year as part of a grand celebration of African culture for the first edition of the ‘Made in Africa Experience’ in the United States (US). File photo of people at a Diaspora Africa event in Washington, DC The 3-day …

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