It is a good time for the arts in Ghana. Finally, and organically, Ghana is building its ecosystem for its creative communities (the term industries would…… Read more “A good time for Ghana’s 2.0 Arts”
Mid-September in Accra on the usual hot Saturday afternoon. Time for Nigerian writer and intern doctor Dami Ajayi to meet with Ghanaians to decorticate ‘Clinical Blues’ and…… Read more “Clinical Blues in Accra”
Zaria Horizons which aims at bridging gaps between African artists from all disciplines and audiences, is delighted to announce its first event will consist in inviting the…… Read more “First – Dami Ajayi reads ‘Clinical Blues’”
“Museums for what?” “ Our people have a hundred daily urgent preoccupations to cater of before thinking of going to look at paintings” “What is the use…… Read more “Why don’t Africans go to Museums?”
It is one question that constantly pops to my mind whenever I am confronted with the lack or total absence of bookstores, libraries, multimedia centers, art galleries…… Read more “Do African countries care about culture?”
Because culture matters. Everywhere in the world. Because a vision and sustainable action plans for culture matters even more. Welcome to Zaria Horizons Culturally yours.