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A world-famous Ghanaian artist, Amoako Boafo has been commissioned to paint three panels of a Blue Origin New Shepard rocket ship that will be launching on a roundtrip mission to space on the 26th of August.Amoako-Boafo-A-world-famous-Ghanaian-artist
Titled Suborbital Triptych, the commission is part of a partnership between the Jeff Bezos–founded aerospace manufacturer Blue Origin and the new art program at Uplift Aerospace, curated by Jill Clark.RECOMMENDED ARTICLES
“The purpose of the Uplift Art Program is to inspire new ideas and generate dialogue by making space accessible and connected to human experiences,” Uplift Aerospace’s CEO Josh Hanes said in a statement.
“Artists have a unique capacity to evoke fresh perspectives and interpret unfamiliar terrain. The profound strength of Amoako’s portraits for the first Suborbital Triptych will bring another dimension to the power that propels the New Shepard rocket.” – referencing Artsy News.
Artlife Matters, is an organization that is committed to shaping the next generation of creatives through activities that expose and challenge their thoughts on diverse creative possibilities.
Amoako’s story is the right energy in times like this. As a member of The Artsy Vanguard 2020, with skyrocketing market demand, global institutional recognition, and a steady stream of brand collaborations, in just a few years the Ghanaian painter has become one of this generation’s most coveted contemporary artists.
“Our aim is to celebrate the achievements of Amoako Boafo while giving young creatives an opportunity to interact but more importantly get inspired to dream beyond the limitations that exist in our part of the world. The Artitude project and collaborations like this, are aimed at demystifying the misconceptions surrounding the study of the arts as a sustainable career in Ghana,” – Artlife Matters – Founder, Eric Agyare said.
Former Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah has disclosed that about 10 clubs have enquired about his services.‘About 10 clubs want me but I’ve decided to step away from coaching’ – Kwesi Appiah
The 61-year-old, however, insists he’s currently not ready to take any offers, having decided to take a rest away from management.RECOMMENDED ARTICLES
Appiah was fired as Black Stars coach in 2014, following Ghana’s shambolic outing at the World Cup in Brazil.
However, he was reappointed Ghana coach in 2017, a post he held until his contract expired in December 2019.
“I have decided to step aside and rest from coaching now. If I want to coach, there are about ten clubs who are inquiring about my service. I think I need to rest to gain my strength with my age now,” Appiah told Rainbow Sports.
“I am independent, and I haven’t received any offer from any club in Ghana. Samatex and Bibiani Gold Stars haven’t sent me any offer, and I think it’s just a rumour.”
Appian further stated that he’s currently focused on resting, rather than getting back into football management.
“Coaching isn’t easy in Ghana, and it contains much pressure. Ghanaians always seek results, and it gives you the coach much pressure.
“I can decide to come back into coaching anytime but am not willing to come in now. It may be a call to work for the Football Association as a technical director, but I think I need to rest,” he added.
Ex-Ghana midfielder Michael Essien has been named as a special guest to assist in the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League draw.Michael Essien selected to assist in Thursday’s UEFA Champions League draw
The former Chelsea star will be joined by former Blues teammate Branislav Ivanovic for the draw on Thursday, August 26, 2021.RECOMMENDED ARTICLES
Essien was part of the Chelsea team that won the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history in 2012.
The Blues have since won a second European crown after defeating Manchester City in last season’s final.
Meanwhile, Thursday’s draw will see the 32 qualified teams across Europe paired into eight groups of four each.
The teams will be split into four seeding pots. Pot 1 will consist of the holders, the UEFA Europa League winners and the champions of the six highest-ranked nations who did not qualify via one of the 2020/21 continental titles; Pots 2 to 4 will be determined by the club coefficient rankings.
Also, no team can play a side from their own association. Any other restrictions will be announced ahead of the draw tomorrow’s ceremony.
Meanwhile, in the case of associations with two representatives, clubs will be paired in order to split their matches between Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
And when an association has four (or more) representatives, two pairings will be made. These pairings are to be based on TV audiences and will be confirmed before the draw ceremony.
According to him, the penchant for luxurious lifestyles is pushing young people to engage in all sorts of criminal acts, some of which lead t the death of others.RECOMMENDED ARTICLES
He bemoaned the appetite for “ill-gotten wealth” among the country’s young people which he said is disturbing and calls for urgent and drastic measures.
“The love for ill-gotten wealth is becoming too much. Nobody cares. There are people that through their sweat from humble beginnings. But you see some young men that want to be rich overnight. So that they can also be acknowledged as rich men. But we cannot build a society like that. All of a sudden, people want us to see that they are also rich. This person has bought a Maybach, then he goes and buys one too. But what work does he do that he can pay for a $200,000 Maybach? Someone who has not even reached the age of 30? Society must investigate all these things. That is the only way out,” Francis Dodovi is quoted as having said on Accra-based Peace FM.
He went further to decry the glorification of wealth without caring about its source, a practice he said does not augur well for the future of the country. He cited instances where some people exhibit wealth that does not match their earnings.
“Now in Ghana, the most glorified thing is a rich person. We are not worried about where they got the money from. Once they know that you have money, everyone, especially in Kumasi, would throng to that place. As to where the money is coming from, no one knows. Today, people don’t celebrate knowledge. All that we want is money.”