The Pan African Heritage World Museum of Ghana and the Freedom Park Museum of South Africa have signed an MOU to collaborate, among other objectives, in the conduct of exhibitions, and celebrate the history, culture, ideals and civilization of the pan African world. Specific areas of cooperation include sharing routine museum information, exchange of personnel […]
I can’t forget the moments when, one after the other, senior citizens shared experiences during the struggle for independence and laughed heartily among themselves.
Another important reason why Africa is the cradle of civilization is the the richness of ancient stories expressed through sculptures and arts.
The Hon. Minister said culture defines us as a people and therefore he is personally inspired by the concept and brains behind the Pan African Heritage Museum
“Let’s Liberate Africa! AU Day is important” was a passionate statement from Kojo Yankah to the world, when he was asked about the AU Day.
Since 1997, each year the International Council of Museums (ICOM) joins the international community to celebrate 18th May as the International Museum Day.
The Executive Council of the Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM) has appointed Professor Pashington Obeng as the Interim CEO of the Museum.
Ahead of the big launch of its digital museum, the Pan African Heritage Museum’s Kofi Yankah paid a courtesy call on UNESCO Representative Diallo on 27th April, 2022. The launch of the digital museum will take place on a May 05 which is a date designated by UNESCO as African World Heritage Day. It is […]
By: Professor Pashington Obeng In 2019, the University of Aberdeen decided to return the sculpture of the Oba of Benin to Nigeria. Long before President Macron of France and UNESCO started advocating for the repatriation of African cultural heritage to Africa, the Akan of Ghana have epitomised restitution through their ‘Sankofa’ art pattern, a pictograph of a […]