Artwatch Ghana extends her greetings to all Ghanaian Museum workers past and present, and commend them for their efforts as the world marks International Museum Day 2019. It is a day set aside by International Council of Museums (ICOM) to celebrate and create awareness of the potentials of museum in socio-cultural, educational… Read More

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Policy and Advocacy

We believe that by pri­or­i­tiz­ing the study of the arts the nation would be able to tap, refine and turn its abun­dance nat­ural resources into ben­e­fi­cial wealth for national devel­op­ment. In the light of this, we digest crit­i­cal leg­isla­tive issues affect­ing arts and arts edu­ca­tion, and review Arts and cul­ture policies.

Facts Abut the Arts

1. Com­pre­hen­sive edu­ca­tion in the Arts devel­ops well-​rounded cit­i­zenry includ­ing children.
2. The arts pro­mote and pre­serve cul­tural development.
3. Real­iz­ing the full poten­tials of the arts in national devel­op­ment need both pub­lic and pri­vate participation.
4. The inven­tive and inno­v­a­tive power of a nation depends on its pro­gres­sive devel­op­ment and level of active stud­ies in the arts