Kente Cloth Workshops at the Adrinka Studio, Mount Rainier, Maryland

Hello Friends – We just want to remind everyone that Kwasi is holding a series of workshops at the Adrinka Studio in Mount Rainer, Maryland at the end of August, including both this weekend  (Saturday and Sunday August 24th and 25th) and Labor Day weekend (Saturday and Sunday August 31st and September 1st). Kwasi Asare’s Kente … More Kente Cloth Workshops at the Adrinka Studio, Mount Rainier, Maryland

A Kente weaving workshop at the Adrinka Studio

Kwasi Asare’s next Kente weaving workshop will be at the Adrinka Studio at 3804 34th Street in Mount Rainier, Maryland. We’ll be doing a series of workshops on two weekends at the end of August: Saturday and Sunday August 24th and 25th, as well as Labor Day weekend, Saturday August 31st and Sunday, September 1st. … More A Kente weaving workshop at the Adrinka Studio

A Kente cloth workshop for Daughters of the American Revolution

Daughters of the American Revolution put on a number of special events throughout the year. Through the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, Kwasi Asare will be conducting a special demonstration and workshop on Kente cloth and its history, culture and weaving production – on Saturday, August 3rd, from 10 am to 3 pm. This … More A Kente cloth workshop for Daughters of the American Revolution

My Artistic Contribution to the United Nations: “Consensus has been Reached”

As with my father, A.E. Asare, one of the greatest honors of my life has been to create a special Kente cloth for the United Nations – as shown in the photographic above. This Kente cloth was completed and presented to the United Nations General Assembly in New York City in October 1995. As mentioned … More My Artistic Contribution to the United Nations: “Consensus has been Reached”

3 Generations of Ashanti: A father-son-grandson Kente weaving legacy

It is with great joy that I share with others this photograph of the Kente cloth my father, A.E. Asare, wove for the United Nations. The name of this piece is “Tikoronkoagyina,” which roughly translates into English as, “One head does not go into council. Two heads are better than one.” I barely even knew … More 3 Generations of Ashanti: A father-son-grandson Kente weaving legacy