Adjoa Armah (@samanarchive) is an independent curator, design anthropologist and writer.
David Alabo (@davidalabo) is a Ghanaian artist whose work is best described as “afro-surrealism”.
Deryk Owusu Bempah (@deryk_bempah) is an award-winning Ghanaian photographer.
Patrick Tagoe-Turkson (@tagoeturkson) is a mixed media artist, graduate of the KNUST department of painting + sculpture, + a lecturer at the Takoradi Polytechnic department of art.
Enam Geli (@enamgeli) is an art director and multi-disciplinary artist based between Lomé, Togo and Accra, Ghana.
Hakeem Adam (@mansah_hakeem) is a Ghanaian multidisciplinary artist-in-learning exploring the power of narrative.
Nana Osei Kwadwo (@ashantiimmigrant) is a curator and contemporary artist based in Accra, Ghana.
Diego Asamoa (@diegoasamoa) is an Accra-based artist who works predominantly in the medium of photography. His work is greatly influenced by music, Japanese aesthetics, and “a silence of sorts” by his own admission.
Serge Attukwei Clottey (@afrogallonism) is a contemporary artist based in Accra, Ghana. He works in several different mediums, but one of his favourite artistic materials is the “Kufuor gallon”.
Anthony Comber-Badu (@az.cb) is a writer, photographer and filmmaker working in Accra & London.
Ofoe Amegavie (@ofoeamegavie) is a Ghanaian photographer known for capturing the intimacy in his culture and heritage.
Laila Hida's (@lailahida) conceptual work explores the boundaries of photographic practice, non-negotiated spaces of social practices, as well as the idea of transformation as a fixed constant of time.
Abdul-Rauf Issahaque (@abdulraufissahaque) is an Accra based Ghanaian Architect and researcher dedicated to sustainable design and spatial efficiency.
Jonas Ras Padzior is a Copenhagen-based design engineer.
Dominique Petit-Frère (@dpetitfrere) is a budding urbanist living in liminal spaces.
Emil Grip is a Copenhagen-based educator and nature rights activist.