Seyram Agbleze is a Ghanaian artist and storyteller educated at Central University College. His art practice employs figurative collages inspired by traditional African textiles such as the Asafo flags and Kente.
Some of his notable works include, A Forgotten People (body of art), Journey of West African Textile Traditions (Book) and Gold Coast Elmina (Documentary). He is a recipient of the Thetis Blacker Award from Temenos Academy, London ( Patron: King Charles III) and also one of Undocublack Network's (USA) Uplifted Black Personalities of Choice for 2022 Black History Month (Lift Every Voice Up Series). Seyram Agbleze’s MIASA artist fellowship project is titled Still Here. It is a body of work comprising of arts and a documentary film highlighting some of the root causes of Africa’s current state and a possible way it can attain sustainability. Still Here intends to promote discussions in the fields of migration and meanings of sustainability.