Owura Amponsah demonstrates the proper wearing of "ntama"

We actively seek out people who are recognized in their specialized fields and create opportunities for them to interact with children.  Over 15 years we’ve built our cultural capital out of this valuable national and international  network.
Ranging from personalities on the world stage to neighborhood artisans, our special guests  are the  individuals and groups who generously share their art, work and time with us.  From botanists and historians to puppeteers and playwrights, they greatly enrich young lives.
Mohammed Ben Abdallah, playwright
Augustine Abbey, Actor
Anne Adams, Educator and Writer
Ama Ata Aidoo, Writer
Owura Bosie Amponsah, Radio Presenter and Poet
Misonu Amu, Musicologist
Sandy Arkhurst, Dramatist
Ben Obido Ayittey, Dance  Director
Akua Banchi Eghagha, Artist
Catherine Benson, Entrepreneur
Michael Bortei-Doku, Cartoonist
Beth Brehmer, Artist
Abena Busia, Poet,
Akosua Busia, Actress, Author
Victor Butler, Artist
Kati Torda Dagadu,  Jewelry maker, bead expert
Emmanuel Dartey, Artist and Animator
Nii Teiko Evans-Anfom, Architect
Dzifa Glikpoe, Actress
Ebenezer Laing,  Botanist
Ngozi Mokweyi, Actress and TV personality
Dinah Nicholas, Early Childhood Educator
Nii Noi and his music group Afrikan Sound Project
Helen Odamtten, linguist
Irene Odotei, Historian
Atukwei Okai, poet
Larry Otoo, Artist
Christiane Pieper , Artist
Dune Pokrovsky, Animator
Virginia Ryan, Artist
Solomon Sampa, Linguist
Kofi Sarpong, Cultural entrepreneur
Aba Elie Schimelman, Artist
Eleanore Sylla, Cultural Director
Helen Teague, Designer
Kati Teague, Artist, book illustrator
Vivian Windley,  Educator
Francis Nii Yartey master choreographer