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GHANA’S FIRST INDEPENDENT ARTIST RESIDENCY ADDS FELLOWSHIPS, SPACE
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GHANA’S FIRST INDEPENDENT ARTIST RESIDENCY ADDS FELLOWSHIPS, SPACE

Artforum

March 10, 2021

Accra, Ghana’s Noldor Artist Residency, established this past November with an inaugural four-week residency awarded to emerging Ghanian artist Emmanuel Taku, has announced that it is adding a yearlong program for junior and senior fellows and that it will be occupying a 7,500-square foot space in a former pharmaceutical warehouse in the city’s burgeoning Labadi arts district. The fellowship program is aimed at emerging and midcareer contemporary artists from Africa and its diaspora, with the intent of helping them collectively deepen their practices, while fostering a sense of community. Additionally, the organization hopes to launch its junior fellows into the primary art market via representation by a commercial gallery.