G-lish is excited to share a feature story about G-lish Foundation Ghana on Lloyd Told George Australia's lifestyle blog today. "Teppohzoezoe" to Kerrie and the crew involved in making this happen. That means, "We thank you very much" in Frafra, the language of the communities in Bolgatanga where we work.
Here's is an excerpt, and click the link here too for the full story:
Photo Copyright by Kerrie Oliver at Lloyd Told George http://lloydtoldgeorge.com.au/g-lish-foundation/
The feature explains how G-lish started, how the work is made, the impact it's having, the challenges, and what motivates us to keep going. It also shows the beautiful textile art developed as part of the Australian High Commission in Ghana's DAP fund that G-lish received in 2012. We're currently showing the work in a pop-up shop at 85 George St Sydney from Wed-Sun, 10 am - 5 pm, until August 7. Afterwards we're available to show works to you at home in and around Sydney - send a message and we'll arrange the visit to you.We hope you enjoy this and please do let us know if you have any questions. Comments below too!