More models for Exopa
The school after every six weeks of training holds mini graduation ceremonies for students.
After four sessions of mini graduation ceremonies, a mass graduation is held where all graduates come together for a bigger celebration.
This year’s event is expected to be bigger than last year’s as it will be full of activities, including modelling. It is expected to attract a number of important personalities in the fashion and modelling industries, as well the showbiz industry.
The agency does not only teach people how to model on the runway, they also coach their models on how to control themselves and walk gracefully in public places.
Graduates, some as young as 4, who will take part in the ceremony will be given their professional modelling certificates for studying at Exopa Burge.
Joycelyn Nketia, General Manageress of the Exopa Modelling Agency told BEATWAVES on Monday that the graduation ceremony, among other objectives, is to create a platform for the models to interact and become familiar with one another.
The ceremony, she indicated, is scheduled to start in the afternoon and end late in the evening with an after party at the Cinderella’s Night Club, behind the Police Headquarters.
Meanwhile, she said management is not leaving stones unturned for its upcoming L Fashion Night for plus-size models on December 24.
The event, which was introduced just last year, aims at providing a platform for plus-size models to strut their God-given bodies, as well as to help nurture the ones who may be interested in a modelling career.
Beyond that, it is also to append some innovation into Ghana’s fashion industry.
Auditions for the exciting event are scheduled to commence on November 25 at the Exopa Burge modelling school.