There is a dearth, in Ghana, of programs and spaces which afford artists/creators optimum conditions that enable them indulge in/cultivate their work.
It is in light of such paucity that a programme such as the Nubuke Foundations’ ‘Ghana Must Go: Critical Mass’ is essential.
The programme invites “all critical thinkers from artists to architects, filmmakers to farmers, entrepreneurs to engineers, doctors to graphic designers (and those self-taught)” to apply to take part.
Selected appplicants will “benefit from exclusive desk space, film screenings, access to the Nubuke library, a quiet room, talks, debates, networking events, discounted lunches, free breakfast and many other features.”
Visit the programme’s official webpage here – to learn more about ‘Ghana Must Go: Critical Mass’ and, more importantly, send in your application – if applicable to you.
Note: Applications the programmr kicked off on the October 3rd. Applications will however be considered until November 20th. The earlier you apply, though, the better. Good luck.