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17 JUNE to 16 SEPTEMBER

Opening Reception: 17 June 2pm, Cape Coast Castle, Ghana

In Memoriam:
Portraits of the Middle Passage, in Situ

THE NKYINKYIM INSTALLATION BY KWAME AKOTO-BAMFO

Opening Date: 17 June 2pm - 5pm
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Closing Date: 16 Sept

Venue: Cape Coast Castle

Kwame Akoto-Bamfo’s 1,300-piece collection metaphorically represents the multitude of West Africans captured and taken to the Americas and the Caribbean from Cape Coast and Elmina, Ghana, during the 16th – 19th centuries.

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The Team

kwame akoto-bamfo

principal lead artist

daniel dunson

curator & executive producer
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Featured Artists

  • Nii Kwartei Quartey
    Lead Artist Apprentice
  • Nii Odzenma
    Featured Photographer
  • Naa Abina Nelson
    Project Photographer
  • Hakeem Adam
    Spoken Word Artist

Exhibition Team

  • Michael Newlove
    Videography
  • The Idea Factory Africa
    Marketing & Fund Raising
  • Morris Sinclair
    Co-Producer & Event Director
  • Urban Hive
    Web Design
  • Sherrie Thompson,
    Production Consultant

Opening Programme Itinerary

AFRICAN HERITAGE
FUNDRAISING DINNER

17 June, Ridge Royal Hotel, 7pm
Presented by 50/50

An annual fundraising event to bring awareness, revenue and resources to the arts of the African diaspora. Read More... Click here to RSVP.

Travel & Accomodation

Cape Coast Castle

Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty “slave castles”, or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders.

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Staying In Cape Coast

Ridge Royal Hotel

host hotel

Royal treatment awaits you. Ridge Royal Hotel; Richly inviting, comfortably yours.

Booking Options

Tickets & RSVP

African Heritage Dinner

$60.00/ GHS 250

An annual fundraising event to bring awareness, revenue and resources to the arts of the African diaspora.

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