Kwabena Ampofo-Anti is an African artist from Mampong-Akuapem, Ghana. A celebrated visual artist whose education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Science and Technology (Kumasi, Ghana), Master of Fine Arts degree from Howard University (Washington, DC) and further studies at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana (Accra).
Ampofo-Anti works in a variety of media including ceramics, printmaking and painting. The major influences on his art are derived from Africa and beyond, from ancient to the present.
As an art ambassador to several organizations, he has conducted workshops for the National Museum of African Art (Smithsonian Institution), Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Peninsula Fine Arts Center and Hampton University Museum. A sought after artist, Ampofo-Anti’s artworks are in the collection of many individuals and institutions. Devoted to advancing art and art education, Ampofo-Anti is Professor of Art at Hampton University, Hampton, VA and is committed to educating individuals about the relevance of art in all cultures. The people who have contributed to his development as an artist include his mentors: Dr. Oku Ampofo, Demas Nwoko, Sorrells-Adewale and John Biggers.

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