Museums have great responsibility of identifying, collecting, documenting and preserving the artistic heritage of their respective countries in which they are established. They also have the responsibility of educating and entertaining visitors with their exhibits and documents. These responsibility requires that funders of these museum provide funds timely while museum managements adapt creative branding strategies to attract more visitors and make it impact felt nationally, if not globally.
Written by Elijah Sofo Another election season is here with us, and conventionally Ghanaians are faced with the nuance of political party activism aimed at...
Lecture by by Professor Kojo Fosu, University of Education, Winneba, Presented at the opening of the Ghana National Museum Exhibition. 17th December 2014 in Accra.
This paper examines the history on easel painting on libation art in post-independence Ghana in relation to Nkrumah’s non-statutory cultural policy of inculcating libation art in national state functions.