NCC COVID-19 AWARENESS CAMPAIGN PHASE-1

The outbreak of the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) spreading rapidly across the world since December 2019, following the diagnosis of the initial cases in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Since the beginning of March 2020, the number of cases outside China increased thirteen fold and the number of affected countries tripled. On March 11, 2020, […]

NCC Logo Competition

Applications are open for National Commission on Culture Logo Competition 2021 The National Commission on Culture (NCC) is pleased to announce its new logo competition. This logo will represent the Organization in all official documents and communication tools. Submission deadline: June 30, 2021. ABOUT NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CULTURE The National Commission on Culture was established by the […]

Dance Africa Dance Diaspora Competition

Dance Africa Dance Diaspora Competition is an evolving and fantastic stage for young drummers and dancers from Africa and the Diaspora to do what they love culturally.  The competition looks forward to welcoming competitors to its maiden Africa edition which will be launch on 17th February 2021. After which online registration will be open for […]

“MY FAVORITE GRANNYPA CHALLENGE” LAUNCHED IN ACCRA

Accra, Oct. 2, GNA – The National Commission on Culture (NCC) in collaboration with Los Abuelos Foundation has launched the “My Favorite GrannyPa challenge”, in Accra. The competition, which is a combination of Granny and Grandpa is to encourage the younger generation to appreciate grandparents by submitting write-ups to express the love they have for […]

WEAR GHANA FESTIVAL

The National Commission on Culture this year organized the Wear Ghana Festival which was celebrated from February 2019 to March 2019. The celebration was under the theme “WEAR THE TALK, PROMOTE YOUR OWN”. The celebration was to help promote Ghana’s cultural heritage, local textile industry, and rewarding creativity in the fashion industry and boost economic […]

COMMUNITY YOUTH CULTURAL CENTRE MARK’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY

Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, Minister of Tourism Arts and Culture has said it was urgent to develop youth creativity as a crucial source of national competitiveness in the fastest-growing, innovative sector of the global economy. She said the Tourism, Arts, and Cultural sector-based entrepreneurship development programmes should not be seen as another programme designed to tackle […]

USE CULTURAL CONCEPT TO EDUCATE GHANAIANS ON COVID-19

The National Commission on Culture, has urged the Government and COVID-19 Response Team to adopt cultural concept to educate Ghanaians on the COVID-19 pandemic to engender better understanding. It said a public education campaign on COVID-19 should be holistic and encompassing, through the integration of cultural and sub-cultural approaches. A statement issued and signed by […]