THE INTERNTIONAL CULTURAL SUMMIT & EXIBITION ONTARIO 2023

About this event OVERVIEW OF THE SUMMIT   The 1st Edition of the international cultural summit & exhibition Ontario 2023 is an extraordinary forum of knowledge exchange, debate, policy planning and its development, performances and exhibition of unique cultural products and services.   The summit is being organized by the Alliance Creative Community Project in […]

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INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY

The diversity in the Ghanaian culture does not only hover around our tradition, practice, what we eat and wear but also our spoken words which is our indigenous mother languages. These languages which gives unique historical background to a person’s cultural identity embody the composition of songs and folktales which depicts the cultural setting of […]

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NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CULTURE LAUNCHES ’22 EDITION OF NATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND CULTURE

The National Commission on Culture under the auspices of Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has launched the ‘2022 edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFAC) in Accra. NAFAC, one of the flagship event of the National Commission on Culture was institutionalised in 1961 by the late Dr. Alexander Atta Yaw Kyeremanten, […]

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NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CULTURE (NCC) LAUNCHES 2022 PRESTIGIOUS KENTEFEST IN ACCRA

The National Commission on Culture, in collaboration with Ghana Society-UK, Location Accra and Ako GH has launched the prestigious annual kente festival dubbed KENTEFEST “22 in Accra under the theme “Harnessing the heritage and evolving nature of Kente in both Trade and Tourism“. KENTEFEST, an annual event seeks to promote the rich Ghanaian cultural heritage […]

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GHANA’S PARTICIPATION IN THE 2022 EDITION OF THE MEMPHIS IN MAY INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL HELD IN THE UNITED STATE OF AMERICA

Background: Memphis in May International Festival is a month long festival held in the Memphis city of the Tennessee state of the United States of America, celebrated by the people of Memphis. As an annually events, the festival each year specifically gives a special salute to a country. For the past forty four (44years) and […]

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WORLD PUPPETRY DAY CELEBRATION

Clothing is an essential descriptor of our culture and this evident in the diverse ethnic clothing styles of the ethnic groupings in Ghana. The promotion and preservation of this aspect of Ghanaian culture has led the National Commission on Culture to curate the event “Wear Ghana”, which is commemorated in the month of March. As […]

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NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CULTURE EDUCATES LA WIRELESS CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS ON “ADINKRA” SYMBOLS.

The National Commission on Culture as part of its “Wear Ghana Festival” campaign has educated the pupils of La Wireless Cluster of Schools on some “Adinkra” symbols and their meaning. The Commission in collaboration with the National Folklore Board, aside the education on the “Adinkra” symbols also exhibited some locally prepared food to the pupils […]

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NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CULTURE LAUNCHES WEAR GHANA 2022

The National Commission on Culture (NCC) under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture in collaboration with Ghana Tourism Authority, GTP and the National Theater has launched the 2022 edition of its annual event dubbed Wear Ghana Festival.  The festival which was initiated four years ago was launched under the theme ‘Sustaining […]

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35th SURAJKUND INTERNATIONAL CRAFT MELA 2022 IN INDIA

The Indian High Commission in Ghana has invited a 14-member cultural troupe from Ghana to participate in the 35th Surajkund International Craft Mela 2022 in Surajkund District Faridabad Haryana, India.   This is the second time the High Commission has extended such invitation to the National Commission on Culture. The 14-member troupe were carefully selected […]

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INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY CELEBRATION 2022

Due to globalization and migration, multilingualism has become both a reality and an aim of education globally of which Ghana is not exempted. However, the aim for multilingualism can best be achieved when all stakeholders are technologically inclined. Thus, the theme chosen to mark this year’s event is not only appropriate but befitting for social […]

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