Are you an experienced creative activist based in Ghana or Senegal with facilitation and/or teaching experience? Do you want to become skilled in using Artistic Activism as an approach to make a change in your country? Then we invite you to apply for the West Africa Creative Action Team (WACAT) and participate in an exciting new project that aims promote artistic activism in West Africa and engage young people in driving socio-political change.
This project is open to artistic activists living and working in Ghana or Senegal. Dancers, performers, visual artists, writers, scenarists, rappers, musicians, actors, slam artists, filmmakers, 3D animators and cartoonists are all invited to join the WACAT team! Basically, anyone who has used their creativity and practice for a social and political change can apply! For this small group of facilitators, we are looking for artistic activists who also have experience as facilitators, teachers or trainers.
  • Enthusiasm and commitment participate (as volunteers) the West African Creative Action Team for 2019.
  • Experience with art and creative practices
  • Experience with activism for social change
  • Experience as facilitators, teachers or trainers.
  • Being able to communicate both in English and French
  • Availability to participate in a series of activities starting from May 5-14 2019.
Please complete this application form by April 5th at 23h GMT
If you have questions, please email
This program is primarily to residents of Ghana and Senegal with experience in facilitating. If you are from other West African countries different from Ghana and Senegal, or if you are an artist or activist, but do not have experience in facilitating, you can sign up to our mailing list and be informed about future opportunities and workshops at this link.
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