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Chale Wote 2022


The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries and onto the streets of James Town, Accra.
The first festival took place in July 2011, following a series of discussions about creating DIY [do-­it‑yourself] community projects by participants at our Talk Party Series. Our partners for the festival include Redd Kat Pictures, Dandano, Mumble, Chaka Orleans Heritage and Gamashie Development Agency.

Our vision is to cultivate a wider audience for the arts in West Africa by breaking creative boundaries and using art as a viable form to rejuvenate public spaces. The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival challenges both artists and community-­based audiences to connect through art.

The festival includes street painting, graffiti murals, photo exhibitions, interactive installations, a food and fashion marketplace, live street performances, extreme sports, an African Cinema pavilion, street boxing, a fashion parade, a music block party, and design labs, and much more. More than 200 Ghana-based and international artists take part in the event every year. In 2018, over 100,000 people attended CHALE WOTE. This year’s event will take place from the 20th of August to the 29th, Contact us for bookings




The Chale Wote Street Art Festival also known as Chale Wote is an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out into the streets.  Chale Wote 2022  festival targets exchanges between scores of local and international artists and patrons by creating and appreciating art together.

Chale Wote 2022 will include street painting, graffiti murals, photography, theater, spoken word, interactive art installations, live street performances, extreme sports, film shows, a fashion parade, a music block party, and recyclable design workshops, and much more. It is the first to be organized[3  in Accra, Ghana and has inspired similar events across the country. There have been 6 editions so far; the first two ran for one day each, while the 2013 and 2014 editions ran concurrently for two days, the former in September and the latter in August, a week after the Homowo festival of the Ga people at the historic Jamestown, Ghana on the High Street in Accra. The format switched in 2016 when the festival lasted an entire week, from August 18 – 21. This switch saw the festival hop from the open street gallery that is Jamestown to other art spaces, such as the Nubuke Foundation, the Museum of Science and Technology as well as film screenings at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel. The same format will be replicated in the 7th edition, themed, Wata Mata [4]with further immersion into Accra, spreading to areas such as Nima, Osu, and more.

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