Kwasi Asare is still offering live Kente cloth workshops!

Kwasi Asare conducting a special children’s Kente Cloth workshop in Richmond, Virginia on July 22, 2021. Despite the difficulties of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kwasi is still conducting some live workshops and seminars! In this new era of COVID-19 and the Delta variant, we all have to make adjustments – but we can still find ways … More Kwasi Asare is still offering live Kente cloth workshops!

Introducing the WORLD’S FIRST online Kente weaving course – brought to you by Kwasi Asare!

COVID-19 and the creation of Kwasi Asare’s online Kente weaving course This past year has been hard on all of us. We’ve drastically changed our lifestyles and habits as our jobs and lives have been uprooted; we’ve learned to wear masks in public and to practice social distancing. We’ve been going crazy from being confined … More Introducing the WORLD’S FIRST online Kente weaving course – brought to you by Kwasi Asare!

Kente cloth workshop at Minneville Elementary School

  On Saturday morning, April 6, we had another wonderful workshop – this time at Minneville Elementary School in Prince William County Public Schools in Woodbridge, Virginia. I love working with kids and youth of all ages from elementary school to high school and college. As you can see in the video, young children can … More Kente cloth workshop at Minneville Elementary School

Kente Workshop at a Washington, D.C. Boys & Girls Club

This video is from a special workshop that Kwasi Asare presented for the Arts Facet of Old Dominion Virginia Chapter, the Links, at a Washington, D.C. Boys & Girls Club. The workshop was part of a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) program developed by the Links organization. This kind of workshop is particularly … More Kente Workshop at a Washington, D.C. Boys & Girls Club

Thoughts of a Kente weaver on the unity of African art, culture, design and spirituality

Africa is the source and origin of human life and much of humanity’s history, culture and evolution. Many of the foundations of science, medicine, astronomy, technology and mythology are directly traceable to Ancient Egypt (Kemet), later disseminated to Western civilization through Greece and Rome. Despite the oppression and underdevelopment of colonialism as well as limited access to … More Thoughts of a Kente weaver on the unity of African art, culture, design and spirituality

Ghanaian millionaire quits Microsoft to build university that Educates young Africans

Ghana has many rising stars – Patrick Awua is educating a new generation of engineers, programmers and entrepreneurs.   Patrick Awua TED Global talk. This articles is reprinted from Rising Africa At a time when quite a number of Africans queue up at the embassies of foreign countries, with the hope of being granted visas into countries … More Ghanaian millionaire quits Microsoft to build university that Educates young Africans