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A native of Ghana, Emmanuel Gogo leads a two hour tour of the African Art in the Smithsonian Institute. The journey begins with early African Art (around the 15th century) and travels to Modern African Art. You’ll be transported to countries in Africa, learning about their civilization, cultures and how Africans have influenced the world’s development progress. You’ll see African wood art and interpret the messages and symbols. Examine baskets and see how brilliantly Africans used materials of cane and grass.
Emmanuel Gogo is a member of the Tour Guides Association of Ghana as well as being a member of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides in D.C. With 26 years’ experience as a professional guide, he loves tracing the existence of African heritage in other parts of the world.
The next tour will be on Saturday, May 12, 2018. At the Smithsonian. Book this through Goldstar and you can save 66% off the price of admission.