Batik Workshop

Handmade Batik School Uniforms Culture Workshop During the first week of the Bridge Program students are instructed on making the Batik fabric to be used for their own uniforms. This memorable and impactful visual arts workshop has been happening since 2018. Our Batik Master, Bismark Cudjoe, who is a graduate of the Trinity Yard School, leads the students …

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Drum Skinning Workshop

We have been honored by our dear friend and master drummer Joe coming to teach a workshop on skinning drums. He came from very far, all the way from Volta region to show our students how to repair drums by stretching new goat skins on them and tuning them with rope and pegs. he also …

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Kente Workshop

Kente weaving is an ancient indigenous method of weaving intricate patterns into strips that can later be sewn together into larger tapestries. These cloths are used for ceremonial events and differ in color and design depending on the region, tribe, and chiefdom. The Kente program at Trinity Yard School began in 2010. It is one of …

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The Peanut Butter Project

Trinity Yard School was fortunate enough this week to have Jeff and Tini of Project Peanut Butter present their project. They were here in Cape Three Points on vacation from Kumasi, where they are working on Project Peanut Butter. Project Peanut Butter is an organization aimed at eradicating malnutrition in Africa. Malnutrition is a critical, global …

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