Photographic Archive & Digitisation

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On 23rd March 2015, Esi Sutherland-Addy, Nana Oforiatta Ayim, Allotey Bruce-Konuah and Seton Nicholas met at the Mmofra Foundation to discuss the possibilities of collaboration on the archiving and digitisation of Ghanaian photography. It was agreed that there was a need to set up: A sustainable platform in different forms, both digital and spatial (incl. family albums, works by photographers Willis E. Bell, James Barnor and others). Services for photographers, (incl. exhibitions, workshops, training & publications).
Structural collaboration would involve each organisation drawing on its strengths and existing services in order to create a greater whole:

 

ANO

http://anoghana.org

Creative Direction, publications

 

Everyoung JBA Archive

http://www.everyoungjba.org/everyoungjba/index.php
An online digital photographic archive which will be open to all photographers, film makers, Videographers, Television Stations/Production Houses, visual communication specialists, organizations, corporations and individuals that may not necessarily be media specialists to store their images online.

 

Mmofra Foundation

http://mmofraghana.org/our-work/bell-photo-archive/

Location, Equipment & Experience in archiving training

 

NUKU
http://nukustudio2014workshop.tumblr.com/

Workshops & Training for photographers.

Esi Sutherland-Addy

Nana Oforiatta Ayim

Allotey Bruce-Konuah

Seton Nicholas

Artists

Ano Ghana, 2015

Other Group Shows

ANO Institute of Arts and Knowledge,

Lokko Rd, Accra, Ghana.

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