The school is proud to publish the graduation of 41 dedicated creatives who are set to boost the socioeconomic development of their mother land Ghana. Yes indeed….they graduated in grand style.
This is the first time in the school’s history to separate the day of Convocation from the fashion showcase to improve the experiences of the ceremonies.
Dreams College of Creative Arts distinctively graduated nine (9) creatives from the Regular School (Fashion Design Technology) and thirty-one (31) creatives from the Couture School (Women’s Wear Design School) making a sum of 41 successful creatives.
Parents, friends and families also exhibited their full brace by attending in their numbers, which constituted anonymous broad smiles on the faces of our creatives. We are grateful.
The ceremony was privileged to have hosted two significant speakers who came to light up that whole event with their impactful speeches of wise sayings. They willfully inseminated knowledge in our creatives which is believed to pave way for their journey into the real world of fashion. Dr. Clement Asemnyra, the founder and honcho of Dreams College of Creative Arts said in his speech….. “Do what interests you, and if you don’t know what you want to do, at least know what you don’t want to do”
Then, Professor Jonathan Ammah, a prestigious professor of the University of Education Winneba, also pondered on how life challenges could strike at humans. However, anyone can overcome life challenges if they are to keep moving. Doing so will be enough to maintain their balance against those challenges. He later said in his speech….. “Talent is cheaper than salt, therefore what separates the talented ones from the successful ones is hard work.” He continued by saying….. “Your noble talent has prepared you adequately for the future, but if you want to lead a successful life and work amazingly to achieve your goals, you have to work hard”. He later rounded his speech in a religious manner. In this statement, he transparently cautions the creatives on the fact that, they cannot take God out of their lives. For in Him, they will prevail mightily.
Some students were also awarded for their outstanding accounts in their various batches. To each batch, THE OVERALL BEST STUDENTS WERE AWARDED. Saviour Lamptey, who emerged THE OVERALL BEST STUDENT of Fashion Design Technology, alongside Angela Obeng-Boateng who also transpired as THE OVERALL BEST of the Couture Ecole batch. They really came a long way to be worthy of these accolades.
D.C.C.A is well known for pure craftsmanship education when it comes to fashion design. They have safeguarded the role of dominating as a power house when it comes to grooming designers in Ghana.
Written by; Michael Mawuse Amenyah.