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Here is everything you missed at Ghana’s largest arts and culture festival, Chale Wote

August 28, 2018 at 08:00 am | Art Attack

Bridget Boakye

Bridget Boakye | Contributor

August 28, 2018 at 08:00 am | Art Attack

Chale Wote 2018; In front of wing mural my Ghanaian artist, Mohawudu

Chale Wote Street Art Festival is one of the largest festivals in Ghana, West Africa. Typically held in the third week of August each year, the free community-based festival brings thousands of people from within and outside of Ghana to celebrate the country’s arts and culture.

Chale Wote takes its name from the word, ‘chale’ which means friend and ‘wote’, which means let’s go in the Ga language. Below is all you need to know about this year’s festival and something to look out for as Chale Wote positions itself to be a household name in Ghana and beyond.

As event organizers, ACCRA [dot] ALT publicized, this year’s theme, Para Other, was meant to explore alternative ways of being and identity.

Chale Wote 2018

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