Nubuke Foundation is a visual art and cultural institution based in East Legon, Accra, Ghana. It’s where I had my first ever exhibition in Ghana in 2015. Ever since then, it has become a second home and the directors and staff have become family.

Over the years, I’ve collaborated with Nubuke Foundation on art and literacy programming for kids, work for embassies, ideation for events and a host of other projects aimed at promoting the arts and artisanal culture in Ghana.

I’m also an alum of Nubuke Foundation’s Young Ghanaian Artist (YGA) program, through which I gleaned lots of insights to develop my craft. 

In 2021 I partnered with Nubuke Foundation through the British Council and Nubuke’s Clay and Textile Museum in Wa, to carry out a digital archiving project which centered around documenting and supporting weaving in Wa and its surrounding villages.

And in 2022, I became a member of Nubuke Foundation’s advisory board, on which I currently serve.