Sister Cities Student Art Showcase (Fall 2015)

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Sister Cities Student Art Showcase (Fall 2015)

Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Kumasi, Ghana are sister cities participating in the Sister Cities International program. Grow Foundation For Ghana has partnered with Sister Cities Winston-Salem to provide art for an upcoming student art showcase. GFFG Advisory Committee member Benjamin Offei – Nyako (BON) solicited student art from three Kumasi schools. Students submitted artwork based on the theme “Connecting Communities for Peace and Prosperity.” Examples of student work appear below:

"Incantation" submitted by Adam Mohammed Zakiya, student at Ahmadiuah Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
“Incantation” submitted by Adam Mohammed Zakiya, student at Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
"Chieftancy" submitted by Fati Abu Seidu, student at Ahmadiuah Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
“Chieftancy” submitted by Fati Abu Seidu, student at Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
"Fishing Village" submitted by Emmanuella Owusuwah, student at Ahmadiuah Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
“Fishing Village” submitted by Emmanuella Owusuwah, student at Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
"Ghanaian Beauty" submitted by Ayimadu Prince, student at Ahmadiuah Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
“Ghanaian Beauty” submitted by Ayimadu Prince, student at Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
"Layout" submitted by Mensah Kankam Evans, student at Ahmadiuah Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
“Layout” submitted by Mensah Kankam Evans, student at Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi Ghana
"Harmony" submitted by Quansah Enoch, student at Okyerekrom Junior High School, Kumasi-Ejisu Ghana
“Harmony” submitted by Quansah Enoch, student at Okyerekrom Junior High School, Kumasi-Ejisu Ghana
"Bury for Peace" submitted by Samuel Akwasi Sarfo, student at Okyerekrom Junior High School, Kumasi-Ejisu Ghana
“Bury for Peace” submitted by Samuel Akwasi Sarfo, student at Okyerekrom Junior High School, Kumasi-Ejisu Ghana

 

"Living for Peace" submitted by Gabriel Bobila, student
“Living for Peace” submitted by Gabriel Bobila, student at Okyerekrom Junior High School, Kumasi-Ejisu Ghana

 

"Connecting Communities for Peace and Prosperity" submitted by Ronald Kpodo, student at Technology Senior High School - KNUST- Kumasi, Ghana
“Connecting Communities for Peace and Prosperity” submitted by Ronald Kpodo, student at Technology Senior High School – KNUST- Kumasi, Ghana
"Connecting Communities for Peace and Prosperity"
“Connecting Communities for Peace and Prosperity” submitted by Samuel Antuoi , student at Technology Senior High School – KNUST- Kumasi, Ghana