Nubuke Foundation supports Wa Methodist School for the Blind and Wa School for the Deaf (Wadeaf) since 2011, offering workshops on design, dyeing, technical understanding, and entrepreneurial skills. Blind students craft modern furniture, while Deaf students create new household products from existing materials.



Arts Collaboratory

Assemble UK 

The University of Applied
Arts Vienna (Austria)


Producer Enterprises Promotion Service Centre (PEPS-C)

Centre for National Culture Upper West Region

Upper West Ghana Tourism Authority Regional Office

Assemble UK

The Centre collaborated with Assemble UK on the British Council Digital Collaboration Fund (2022). Assemble is an art studio and collective working across art, architecture and design, based in London, UK. Assemble delivered a diverse and award-winning body of work while retaining a democratic and co-operative working method that enables built, social and research-based initiatives at a variety of scales – from furniture and textile objects to buildings and art exhibitions. Assemble was awarded the Turner Prize in 2015.

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