Musée national de Guinée
Musée national de Guinée, Conakry, The National Museum of Guinea houses a collection of local objects that represent the country's different ethnic groups. Religious artifacts as well as art and everyday objects are exhibited.
Musée National de Guinée Study Group
Moustapha Diawara is currently the Deputy Director General of the National Museum of Guinea. He is also the Head of the IT and Cultural Statistics Department at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Historical Heritage. He holds a degree in literature, and is also a painter and ... musician. He has participated in several workshops on cultural statistics including the Training Workshop for Francophone Africa on the UNESCO Framework for Cultural Statistics, Dakar, 2010.
Boubacar Diallo is certified in the Management of administrations by Sciences, PO Bordeaux, he holds a Master's degree in Cultural Heritage Management from the University of Alexandria (2019) and a Master's degree in Arabic language from the University ... of Conakry. In 2018, he completed an internship at the Musee d'Histoire de Marseille and the Mucem. Today he is head of the Inventory and Collection Department at the Musee National de Guinee. He teaches, in parallel to his function as curator, courses in cultural heritage law at the Institut Supérieur des Arts de Guinee.
M'Bemba Deen Cissé has been the head of the collections unit at the National Museum of Guinean Art since 2008. He has a degree in sociology from the University of Conakry and an MBA from the Institut Supérieur of Management (ISM) Dakar- Senegal in 2019. ... The thesis is about the analysis of the school dropout prevention system in the Kaloum Commune in the Guinean Republic.
Martine Sarah has a degree in Administration and Management of Cultural Institutions from the Institut Supérieur de l'Education de Guinée in 2012. She is currently an animator at the Guinean National Museum and has participated in training workshops on the preservation ... and management of cultural heritage. She was entrusted by the National Museum of Guinée with the mission of collecting ethnographic objects from the communities of the Koundara prefecture in 2017.
Fatoumata Coumbassa has been an animator at the National Museum of Guinea since 2015. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Administration and Management of Cultural Institutions from the Institut Supérieur des Arts de Guine (ISAG). She has followed several training courses ... focusing on pedagogy, communication and community mobilisation. She also teaches History and Philosophy at the Groupe Scolaire Cheick Cherif Dixinn.
Ismailou Balde holds a PhD in Cultural and Social Anthropology, University of Milan Bicocca (2020), a Master in didactics at the UAC, Benin (2012) and a degree in preventive conservation, Paris 1, 1997. He is a Research Teacher in Cultural and Social Anthropology; Didactician ... and Andragogue. He is a member of (2009-2016) of the Ecole du Patrimoine Africain- EPA, and Coordinator of training and research, collections, interim director and coordinator of the professional degree in heritage conservation and development. He is the author of several publications.
Aboubacar Sidiki Kourouma holds a Master's degree in Media Communications Development, Senghor University in Alexandria, 2019; and a Master's degree in Information Sciences from the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences de l'Information (ESSI) in Kankan .... He has participated in several training workshops on radio production techniques. After several years of experience as a cultural journalist at the Rural Radio of Beyla from 2009 to 2015, he is currently in charge of communication at the Secretariat General of the Government in the Republic of Guinea.
Souleymane Keita is a teacher and researcher, lecturer in Cultural Monography and Anthropology at the Institut Superieur des arts Mory Kant (ISAMK), of which he is a founding member (2003), where he occupied the position of Head of Department .... Head of the Film and Audiovisual Department, General Secretary (2010- 2017), he has been the architect of the opening of ISAMK to the festivals of Quintessence in Benin in 2007, Hergla in Tunisia in 2007, and FESPACO in 2009. He has been on study trips to the INA, the Conservatoire de Bamako in 2012 and to the Fourth World Museum in Burkina Faso in 2012.
Mamoudou Conde is currently Head of the Physical Heritage Division of the National Directorate of Historical Heritage of Guinea. He has previously held the positions of Head of the Division of Cultural and Immaterial Heritage, Administrator of the National Ensemble ... of Cultural and Immaterial Heritage, and Director of the Ministry of Culture. As part of his duties, he has participated in several training workshops, including the Regional Francophone Course and the Elaboration of nominations to the UNESCO World Heritage List held in Kigali, Rwanda in 2018. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Administrative Law and a Master's degree in Sociology of Education.
Salmatou Bangoura is a visual artist, involved in painting, contemporary sculpture, interior and exterior decoration. She won 3rd prize in the plastic arts competition of the Ministry of Culture in partnership with Total Guinee (2017). She has participated in several plastic arts ...competitions and illustration workshops, including that of the ACERCA programme of the Spanish Embassy in Guinea. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Painting from the Institut Superieur des arts de Guinee. She teaches art at the Ecole des Marrif, Conakry.