…and Chale Wote 2015 was fun!

…and Chale Wote 2015 was fun!

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ffFOR the thousands of patrons who thronged Jamestown for the Chale Wote Street Art Festival, this year’s edition was probably the most infectious.

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



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