University of Oxford appoints Ghanaian lady as Advisory Council member

University of Oxford appoints Ghanaian lady as Advisory Council member

- A brilliant Ghanaian historian named Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim has been selected to be an Advisory Council member at Oxford University

- Oforiatta Ayim would serve for 3 years after which she might be reappointed

- The brilliant young lady is the founder and director of ANO at the 'Institute of Arts & Knowledge'.

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Ghanaian writer and art historian, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim, has been appointed by the University of Oxford to the Advisory Council of the University’s Cultural Programme.

According to, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim's role of the Advisory Council will be to advise, guide and inform and to bring external perspectives from across the spectrum of culture.

In her appointment letter, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Louise Richardson, recognized the great works the young lady has been doing, saying that:

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“Your expertise in helping to shape the agenda for this exciting programme would be invaluable and I would be delighted if you could join the Advisory Council as a formal member.”

The Advisory Council is expected to work to ensure that the Cultural Programme sustains significant impact and connects with wider arts and cultural developments in the international sphere.

Members are selected to serve for three years in the first instance and may be appointed for a successive term.

Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim, the brilliant Ghanaian lady who got selected is the founder and director of ANO, in Accra at the 'Institute of Arts & Knowledge'.

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Since 2002, the institute has presented cultural and educational programmes across many parts of Ghana, Africa, and the world as a whole to connect African cultures with development.

Oforiatta Ayim has been the brain behind lots of initiatives such as the Mobile Museum Project and The Cultural Encyclopaedia, a Pan-African archive initiative devoted to past, present and future cultures from around the African continent.

Ghanaians have been in the news for amazing achievements.

Just recently, reported that a young talented Ghanaian painter and sculptor by name Bright Danso has specialized in the art of creating beautiful designs with smoke and fire, which is known as Pyrography.

On his personal Facebook handle, the talented painter posted videos of some of his breathtaking works. He also shared moments he was creating the artworks.

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