Smock fashion culture in pre-colonial, colonial, postcolonial and modern day Ghana will forever remain indelible for its outstanding historical sweep and aesthetical clout in Ghanaian new identity-making. For nothing at all, the word ‘smock’ throws up lasting memories of the eve of Ghana’s independence at the Old Polo Grounds in Accra where Nkrumah, the hero, shed tears of joy in proclaiming the country’s independence.
Policy and Advocacy
We believe that by prioritizing the study of the arts the nation would be able to tap, refine and turn its abundance natural resources into beneficial wealth for national development. In the light of this, we digest critical legislative issues affecting arts and arts education, and review Arts and culture policies.
Facts Abut the Arts
1. Comprehensive education in the Arts develops well-rounded citizenry including children.
2. The arts promote and preserve cultural development.
3. Realizing the full potentials of the arts in national development need both public and private participation.
4. The inventive and innovative power of a nation depends on its progressive development and level of active studies in the arts