Kati – A celebration of beads

Once upon a long, time, she immigrated to Ghana from Hungary as a 20 year old bride with her Ghanaian husband. They settled in a small town in the Eastern region of Ghana, where her husband taught at a secondary school. While she did not speak the local dialect, Kati nevertheless ventured to the marketplace,

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House Of Talents – Art Connecting Cultures

Hello, and welcome to theHouse Of Talents™Art Connecting Cultures At House of Talents™, we connect talented artisans in developing countries to consumers worldwide so that through their work, they may construct the lives they envision for themselves. We do this for them and for ourselves, borne out of the knowledge that whenever we open our

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william – handbag (sewing)

William – the Artist William transformed Mercy’s fabric samples into handbags, beach bags and computer bags. He is a man of few words and a winning smile; he paints, designs and sews with astonishing quality. Although a Ghanaian, William had lived in Cameroon for a while, where the rest of his family still resides. He

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Meet The Artisans

Meet Our Artisans Akwaaba and welcome. With this greeting, the Ghanaian welcomes you to their country. While their modest shops or places of work may likely never fall on your travel itinerary, in subsequent pages we are excited to present you with their pieces as if you were there in-person. Whether you are viewing Kati and

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Regions we work with

Regions We Work With Ghana is a tropical West African country which borders the Atlantic Ocean.  About the size of the American state of Oregon or the former West Germany, its national motto is “Akwaaba,” which means “Welcome.”  Ghana does not have a specific famed attraction for visitors; however the laid-back atmosphere and friendly character of

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Kate’s Story

Kate’s Story I spent my early years living in someone’s garage with my parents and three other siblings in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. When I was 7, my dad secured a job as the headmaster of a secondary school in a village close to our hometown; this is where I spent most of

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