The Mother Earth Music and Arts Festival will begin on Friday the 25th of March and end on Sunday the 27th. The festival is expected to be an exciting cultural event that will increase interest in tourism to Kokrobite. At the Kokrobite Chiltern Centre, we fully support art and music, and strive to give women and children not just a vocational education but also a cultural education, expanding their horizons by getting them interested in the arts. Self expression is an important part of development, giving children confidence as well as helping them to think creatively. We provide children with the resources for self expression, including paints and paintbrushes. We hope to be able to also provide them with a range of instruments, from wind to string to percussion.
The music festival is sure to be a big draw, and we hope that as many people as possible can learn about and enjoy Ghana’s musical and cultural history.