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Barth Opoku Acheampong, Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, has called on the Ghana government to resource the Board to enable it to send staff to the borders to check the illicit trafficking of artifacts by some handicraft exporters.
With negative views of Africa and African people carefully constructed through years of supposedly objective Western media it is not surprising that the immensely invaluable contributions made to the world by African art, culture and science are virtually unknown.
A senior research fellow in dance at the Institute of Africa Studies at the University of Ghana, has appealed to the government and financial institutions to support dance ensembles in Ghana, to make the profession worthwhile.
Aid to Artisans Ghana (ATAG), a locally based non-governmental organization, held an exhibition and trade fair on handicraft products, at Pavilion X at the International Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
A monthly Art market to expose and promote artists and their products, and as well enable them to contribute to the development of tourism recently opened in Accra.