Nubuke Foundation
supporting the arts over 8 years...
Issue 6 - June 2015
Past and Current Exhibitions
Exhibition: Ani Onaa Lo!
Main Gallery- Nubuke Foundation
Ongoing till 30 August 2015

Question to the viewer- do you see what I see?
Photographic exhibition portraying some graphic and disturbing consequences of the actions of humankind on the environment.
These photographs were captured by non-professional Ghanaians to prod our conscience to the devastating effects of our actions or inactions on the degrading environment.
Events Elsewhere
Exhibition- The Gown must go to Town
Museum of Science and Technology
Barnes Road, Accra
Ongoing till 18 July 2015

Congratulations to the graduation class of 2015 from the Art College at KNUST and other special guest artists. 
Bold pieces of works with watercolour, oils on paper, cloth, photography, mixed media installations.
Exciting and not to be missed!

Exhibition- Retrospective of Ato Delaquis' works
Ongoing at National Museum till 20 July 2015
Barnes Road, Accra
Mostly works on paper the exhibition captures the journey of Delaquis' career to date.
Exhibition - 'Assertion'
Artists' Alliance
La, Accra
Ongoing till 25 July 2015

An exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by Seth Clottey Nii T. Mills and Kofi Nduro.
Exhibition by Kofi Setordji
Galeries Nour Al Hayat
Abidjan, La Cote d'Ivoire
Ongoing till 30 July 2015

An exhibition of recent paintings and sculpture by Kofi Setordji reflecting on several philosophies including that of the Ewes for whom 'Gen le so shi' sums up the frenzied search for fulfilment by disenchanted humankind. 
Workshops, Drama, Poetry and Artists' information...
'Sui Generis'
Multi-Media Drama programme by ATW
Nubuke Foundation on 25 July 2015
6:00- 8:00pm
Gate GHC15

Meaning “of its own kind or class”, this  is a multimedia dance project exploring themes of identity, personhood and loss.
It will be followed by a short eulogy for the victims of the Accra Floods.
Are you an artist?
click here or visit our website for other artist residencies and calls for participation.
Art Workshops! Art Workshops! Art Workshops!
Not sure what to do with the children during the holidays! We will have them!
But only for a few hours for art workshops on Saturday mornings.Smile
Call for more details and other classes coming up!
Nubuke Foundation, Accra
26 July 2015

There is something for everyone at the Gift Shop, now relocated inside the Nu Gallery.
Immerse yourself in the only best-selling photographic book on Ghana- Ghana A Portrait.
Available in Nubuke Foundation giftshop.
Other stockists including Sedco and Wild Gecko...

The library is open to the public during normal weekday opening hours.
Check out Ohema Ohene's boutique now at Nubuke.
Grounds are available for cultural events or other private receptions.
Please note: Gallery is currently not open on Sunday.
Call for more information.

Nubuke Foundation
7 Adamafio Close , East-Legon, Accra
Near Mensvic Grand Hotel
0277 44 55 96/ 028 91021630289 10 21 63 / 0244 6109700244 61 09 7  
Open: Tuesday – Saturday 10:30 am – 5:30pm