- Ghana's biggest street event, Chale Wole Street Art Festival came off from August 14 to August 24, 2019 at James Town in Accra
- Over 150 artists from 21 countries participated in the detailed multi-disciplinary open-air public space exhibition
- The event provides multiple platforms for discovering some of the most talented creators from around the world
- Stunning photos of the event have surfaced online after some media outlets shared photos of the event
And the goddesses’ and gods of exceptional crafts and artistry assembled at the 2019 Chale Wote Street Art Festival, which came off at Accra’s ancient city, James Town.
This year’s event featured a great display of arts, culture and history from talented artists across the globe.
Tens and thousands, most of them in their creatively styled African apparels, poured unto the streets of James Town to enjoy craft, artistry, music and network with lovely people.
This year’s event started on August 14, 2019, with incredible activities and was climaxed with an 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.
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Chale Wote Street Festival 2019, focused on the conceptual intersection of artistic thought around mythology from Africa and artist dialogues geared towards imaginative joint presentations.
The event, which has earned a niche as Ghana’s biggest street festival has been running for 8 years and people continue to remain eager for the event each year.
Chale Wote Street Festival provides multiple platforms for discovering some of the most talented creators from around the world and Africa particularly targeting both emerging as well as established artists and cultural workers across the world.
Meanwhile, a young man became the apex of admiration when his height attracted lovely ladies around him at the 2019 Chale Wote Festival, an annual event organized to display mind-blowing crafts and artistry in James Town, Accra.
While the young man’s name was not disclosed, his senior brother, Delis, with Twitter name @delisworldwide, took to Twitter to recount moments when his younger brother stole the show at an event meant to entertain people through the appreciation of craft and artistry.
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