Table of Contents


A

  1. Abdulai, Abdul-Gafaru

    1. Open Access
      A Note from the Editors
      Jeffrey S. Ahlman and Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai
  2. Ahlman, Jeffrey S.

    1. Open Access
      A Note from the Editors
      Jeffrey S. Ahlman and Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai
  3. Akoi-Jackson, Bernard

  4. Amegatcher, Gilbert

    1. Reflections on the 1970sAn Interview with Gilbert Amegatcher
      Gilbert Amegatcher and Raymond Silverman
  5. Amoh, Emmanuella

    1. Revisiting Kwame Nkrumah’s African PersonalityThe Diaspora Context and the Making of Ghana Television
      Emmanuella Amoh
  6. Amuzu, Delali

    1. Reflections on Higher Education in Ghana and Peter Ekeh’s Two Publics
      Delali Amuzu
  7. Apotsos, Michelle

    1. Mosque, Landmark, DocumentReimagining Islam in Ghana through the Accra Furqan
      Michelle Apotsos

C

  1. Cole, Herbert M.

    1. Nurturing The Arts of Ghana, 1972–1977 From Seed to Garden
      Herbert M. Cole

G

  1. Gott, Suzanne

    1. Life (‘Fashion’) Goes On” Revitalizing Ghana’s Grassroots Fashion System with New Digital Media Technologies
      Suzanne Gott

L

  1. Labi, Kwame Amoah

    1. Enjoy the Dance and Look for the Flag MeaningAsafo Flag Dancers’ Choreography of Concealing and Revealing
      Kwame Amoah Labi
  2. Lentz, Carola

    1. Performing the Nation and Staging Ethnic Diversity in Ghanaian National-Day Celebrations
      Carola Lentz

M

  1. Martino, Allison

    1. Coda: Looking ForwardNew Directions for Visual Art Studies in Ghana
      Raymond Silverman and Allison Martino
  2. McLeod, Malcolm D.

    1. Exhibiting Asante
      Malcolm D. McLeod
  3. Murillo, Bianca

    1. Alice Wiemers, Village Work: Development and Rural Statecraft in Twentieth-Century Ghana
      Bianca Murillo

O

  1. Oduro-Frimpong, Joseph

    1. Dis No Be ArtReflections on Popular Media Art Exhibitions, Value, and Class in Contemporary Urban Accra, Ghana
      Joseph Oduro-Frimpong
  2. Ohene-Asah, Rebecca

    1. Confronting Nollywood’s Hegemony in GhanaA Historical Perspective of Akan Video Movies in Ghana
      Rebecca Ohene-Asah
  3. Ohene-Ayeh, Kwasi

    1. Reading Al Hassan Issah’s Radicant Formalism Exhibition Review: Seduced by the Charms of a Mistake on View at Nubuke Foundation, Accra (December 18, 2021 to March 12, 2022)
      Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh

Q

  1. Quarcoopome, Nii Otokunor

    1. Expanding the CanonA Brief Critique of Visual Art Studies in Ghana
      Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome

R

  1. Richards, Christopher

    1. Beloved MotherThe Significance of Ruth Botsio’s Funerary Print
      Christopher Richards

S

  1. seid’ou, kąrî’kạchä

    1. Contemporary Art in GhanaA Conversation with kąrî’kạchä seid’ou
      kąrî’kạchä seid’ou and Raymond Silverman
  2. Silverman, Raymond

    1. IntroductionLooking Back, Looking Forward: Visual Art Studies in Ghana
      Raymond Silverman
    2. Coda: Looking ForwardNew Directions for Visual Art Studies in Ghana
      Raymond Silverman and Allison Martino
    3. Reflections on the 1970sAn Interview with Gilbert Amegatcher
      Gilbert Amegatcher and Raymond Silverman
    4. Contemporary Art in GhanaA Conversation with kąrî’kạchä seid’ou
      kąrî’kạchä seid’ou and Raymond Silverman