Instructor Biography

Anthony Amoako-Attah a current PhD student at the University of Sunderland. He started his artist career from KNUST- Ghana where he did ceramics and later continued to pursue his masters in glass at his current university. Taught as teaching assistant and ceramic technician in KNUST and Sunyani Technical University respectively. 

Unlike many contemporary artists, Amoako Attah is primarily self-taught whose work focuses on migration, integration, dislocation and life chances.  Anthony put his traditional Kente designs and Adinkra symbols on glass through printing of glass powders and enamels through kiln forming techniques making the glass looks like a woven or printed fabric.

“I see glass as Host upon which I feed as parasite to bring about my personal and cultural identity"


Making Your Fabric with Anthony Amoako Attah
When: , May 30 - Jun 3
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuition $900.00
Instructor: Anthony Amoako-Attah

In this class, you will learn how to design your own fabrics and brainstorm on collective fabric in relation to Covid 19 using Adobe Illustrator and Freehand. You will learn how to program the kiln and fire your own work. Topics include basic and experimental screen development techniques and printing of powders and enamels. You will also study the significance of Kente and Adinkra cloth in history. 


2 of 8 seats available.