What’s Happening

Afrika Mama

Date: Friday, 26th May, 2023

Time: 18:00-20:00 BST

Location: Online

Afrika Mama is an immersive exhibition that takes you on a journey through the captivating history and vibrant world of African wax prints. In this extraordinary showcase, we delve into the origin and evolution of these iconic fabrics while highlighting their significance as a cultural expression. We also emphasize the importance of preserving cultural diversity and exploring sustainable practices in an ever-changing climate.
Please join the tribe in celebrating the rich tapestry of African heritage beautifully sealed in wax.
Please join our sacred space for a shared experience. Follow the link to register.
This is Africaniwa my lens, our story.



Date: Friday, 28th April, 2023

Time: 18:00 – 20:00 BST

Location: Online

You’ve probably heard ASD: Autistic Spectrum Disorder but what if ASD was really AWEtistic Special Design and such is the story of the lived experience.A different kind of ability expressed by an estimated 1 in 100 children.

Join our sacred space yet again, for a shared experience with parents, carers, allies and professionals working with young people with autism, daily supporting these young people, through their AWEtistic abilities. This is Africanwa. My lens, our story.


Date: Monday, 31st March, 2023

Time: 18:00 – 20:00 GMT

Location: Online

Join our sacred space yet again as we explore TUSKCONOMY; the lived experience of the other fauna in the ecosystem calling for the one off sale of the tusk; a blacklisted ware in support of its one health agenda.

Cocoa Pod Breaking Ceremony

Date: Monday, 6th March, 2023

Time: 12:30 – 13:30 GMT

Location: Online

As we commemorate the 66th anniversary of Ghana’s independence from colonial rule, we invite you to share in our sacred space yet again to partake for the first time in our history as a people, a virtual cocoa pod breaking ceremony and to update you on the progress we have made so far on our journey to incorporate cocoa processing and its value addition into the everyday learning experiences of children in cocoa growing communities.

We invite you to come alongside us on this journey for the very long haul, in creating an equitable and sustainable economy for cocoa growing communities because CHOCOLATE HAS A NAME.

The Rebirth Of Zalamo

Date: Friday, 24th February 2023

Time: 18:00 – 20:00 GMT

Location: Online

Linguists argue that a native language helps preserve the culture of communities, as well as provide the building blocks of life. This is true, for a man can only be as true as his mother tongue and a child that does not know his mother-tongue will not know the route to his father’s house.

Please join the rest of the tribe in our sacred space as we breathe life into the tongue of Zalamo in an exhibition dubbed – The Rebirth of Zalamo.

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