The festival, initially slated for three days, had to run into the fourth, given the host of activities and fun that characterized it.
Indeed, every art-form that had made previous editions more inviting was featured – plus new additions.
Painting and sculpturing, fashion, spoken word, music, dramatic story telling, drumming, (cultural) dance and exhibitions were among the countless art-forms that sold.
Patrons from across the globe, including Africans in the diaspora, were not left out of the new culture that the organizers – i.e. Accra Dot Alt – had instituted.
The Spectator Agoro did not also miss the fun – these are some of the memorable pictures. Check them out…
By Vera Pokuah & Jacqueline Annang