Chale Wote Street Art Festival is celebrated in Accra Ghana where people from different platforms come together to display their art.
Chale Wote festival is basically about art, music and dance.
The festival includes live street performances, spoken words, film shows, sports, photography, fashion, street painting, graffiti murals, music, workshops and more.
The event is produced annually by Accra dot Alt Radio at High Street Accra.
The purpose of the festival is to promote culture and art in Ghana and to nurture an appreciation for different kinds of art among Ghanaians.
CHALE WOTE means “Man, let’s go!” or “slippers”. The festival is a complete “Do-It-Yourself” where talented individuals come together to make the show a success.
CHALE WOTE is all about creativity and fun, especially among the youth.
Artwork by Mawuenya B.K Amudzi
Mawuenya B.K Amudzi is a Ghanaian multimedia artist. His work explores photography of disused electronic objects repurposing them into new lives and creating monumental memories and installations. He has been featured in several exhibitions including Chale Wote Art festival 2019 in Jame fort, Accra.
The festival started in 2011 and since then has provided the opportunity for talented Africans in the art industry to project their works.
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