Another important art form, also dealing with shapes and volumes, is Ceramics. The 2nd part of this film delves into the creation process of ceramic ware and has artists explaining the symbolism and essence of the wares they create. It features lecturers from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and firms that purely produce ceramics – who explain the cultural and economic benefits of the work they do relating to themselves and the country.
This documentary is brought to us by the upmarket production house VILLAGE COMMUNICATIONS, who previously released the top selling TV series TAXI DRIVER and GAME PEOPLE PLAY.
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