House of Talents was featured on the local Twin Cities news, watch the story: http://kstp.com/news/stories/S1707173.shtml?cat=1 Points of clarification: While my childhood started in some of not so romantic places in Ghana, the majority of my childhood, through my teenage years, was spent in the village; an equally poor place but much better than the slums
By the end of my trips to Africa, invariably someone in the communities I visit gets logged in my heart and mind. On my January 2010 trip to Mali, it was a young boy I met in Borko, located in Mali’s Dogon Country. I first noticed him amidst a group of boys taller than him.
On June 29th, 2010 House of Talents celebrated its one year anniversary with a private shopping party at JV & Company in the Minneapolis Gaviidae Common. Our generous hostess Nancy Karason invited 50 of her preferred customers to learn about Kate and the House of Talents story. Guests enjoyed an inspiring presentation by Kate, and
House of Talents will be at the Slice of Shoreview event this Friday through the weekend. Please stop by our booth at the fair to view our selection of unique, handmade artisan products from Africa. In addition to the art fair, guests can enjoy a wide variety of activities including a carnival and live entertainment.
House of Talents will be attending the 2nd Annual “Honoring Women Worldwide” State Capitol Garden Party this Saturday, June 26th. The event is to honor and celebrate women’s contributions to our world. We have a table in the Suffrage Garden located on the corner of Cedar St. & Martin Luther King Blvd. We will not
Please visit House of Talents this weekend at the Fete Des Fleurs Spring Festival at the Chateau St. Croix Winery & Vineyard. Stop by our booth at the art fair to view our selection of unique, handmade artisan products from Africa. In addition to the art fair, guests can enjoy wine tastings, winery tours, and
As the rest of the world sits at the edge of their seats wondering if their country will be making it through the qualifying stages to the round of 16, Ghana especially is in a high fever pitch. This is the only time in Ghana when the whole nation is quiet. The only sounds come from the commentators on the radio
After two trips to Ghana and one to Mali, all in the space of less than a year, here we are launching our website. It has taken hours merging into days, weeks, and months. Sometimes it’s been so crazy I haven’t been able to tell the days apart, but this journey has been tremendous fun