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Read "Africa Does Have It's Own History" (Meets PA Middle School Standards) Click here

Prince Twins Seven-Seven  is our artist of the year winning the UNESCO Artist of Peace award.  Click here to see his art and read more

Learn more about Kente by watching videos from several sources. Click here...

Click here to see our traveling exhibit!

Click here to see our Contemporary Exibit of Specialty for sale items
  Kente Cloth developed, as we know it, among the Asante and Ewe peoples of Ghana in West Africa. The origin of Kente is explained by both legend and historical accounts. Kente simultaneously reflects the philosophical, social, political, and moral values of the Akan way of life. It has become associated throughout the African Diaspora with African culture and Black pride . . .
   
  Harriet Schiffer has devoted her career to teaching, research and lecturing on Asante Culture and Art, with particular focus on Kente Cloth and the Visual Arts. West African Empires, Transaharan Trade and Islam impact . . .She offers, lectures, workshops and teacher . . .Click here to learn more
   
  A special traveling exhibit of early 20th Century Kente Cloths or a Contemporary Exhibit . . . . .Read more about it by clicking here...
   
 

A Kente Clothing collection including shawls, scarves, graduation sashes, and suits are available for purchase and custom production.. . . . Click here for Custom Clothing and here for traditional shawls, scarves, graduation sashes and more...