Fabric of a Nation: textiles and identity in modern Ghana
22 February – 10 April 2007
Part of Atlantic Trade and Identity season
A collection of contemporary textiles celebrating 50 years of Ghana's independence.
This exhibition marked the 50th anniversay of Ghana's independence from Britian (6 March 1957). It displayed a range of printed cloths, which play an integral role in many aspects of Ghanaian daily life such as ceremonies, politics and religion, and are a significant part of Ghana's economy.
The exhibition was produced in partnership with the Department of Archaeology of the University of Ghana at Legon Musuem. An exhibition of this material opened at the Legon Museum on 6 March 2007.