Adi-Dako M.O. Antwi E. Debrah R.D.(2013) – The Power of Visual Culture and Traditional Education – DDR Conference proceedings – ISBN: 978-9988-1-8513-
Adi-Dako, M.O. & Antwi E. (2014) – Background to African Erotic Thought and Art - The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies Vol. 2 Issue5, May 2014. Pgs. 50 – 56
Antwi E & Adi-Dako M.O. (2016) “Oh Africa! A Lamentation of the Artist” - Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. Vol. 4, Issue 6, July 2016, Pgs. 71 – 83
Antwi E & Adi-Dako M.O. (2016) “The way it looks: Contextualizing early paintings in traditional Art of pre Gold Coast era” - Journal of Advances in Humanities Vol.4, No.2, May2016 Pgs. 443 -453
Antwi E, Asmah A. E. & Adi-Dako M.O. (2016) - Chromobiotics: The Salient need, but Silently Neglected Part of Life - IISTE-Journal of Arts and Design Studies Vol. 42 (April, 2016) Pgs.1-9
Adi-Dako M.O. & Antwi E. (2014) - Ghanaian Indigenous Sculpture through the Ghanaian Cultural Lens - Journal of Arts and Humanities Vol. 3, No 11, November 2014. Pgs. 76 – 89
Antwi E & Adi-Dako M.O. (2014) - Art for All: Filling the Yawning gap of visual Art Journalism in Ghana – The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies Vol. 2 Issue7, July 2014. Pgs. 32 – 36
Antwi E & Adi-Dako M.O. (2014) - Painting: Is It Indigenous to Ghanaian Culture? - Journal of Arts and Humanities Vol. 3, No 9, September 2014 Pgs. 44 - 49
Adi-Dako M.O. “Palm Wine” Music – Documentary on the music of Dr. Daniel Amponsah 2021
Adi-Dako M.O. Executive Producer, “We are one movie” with Blood Drum Spirit, winner and nominee of 8 honorary movie awards, 5 in the USA, 2 in Europe and 1 in Calcutta, including honorary award of the best feature Documentary at the 2018 Jukebox film festival, Carson City, Nevada, USA, Best Documentary Music Score, 2018 Moscow International Film Festival and 2019 Golden Fox award Nominee by CICFF. http://www.weareonethemovie.com/videos/
Steven DeCastro, PhD (Producer) & Rev. Martin Adi-Dako (Associate Producer) – Jazz Africa.
Hartigan Royal (Prof) & Adi-Dako M.O (2015) - Completing the Circle of Jazz and its African Roots.
Adi-Dako M.O & Hartigan Royal (Prof) (2015) - Clips of the best of
colourful Kumasi, grand regional durbar under the auspices of his majesty Otumfoo Osei Tutu II, fused with a performance of Blood Drum Spirit and the National Centre for Culture’s Drumming and Dance Ensemble.
Adi-Dako M.O. & Rheindorf. E. L. (2013) - Surgical Training Teaching Aid on Cutting and Suturing for new Doctors, Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH)
Adi-Dako M.O. & Rheindorf. E. L. (2013) - Surgical Training Teaching Aid on Caesarean Section for new Doctors. Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH)
Adi-Dako M.O. & Rheindorf. E. L. (2013) - Surgical Training Teaching Aid on Scrubbing for new Doctors, Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, (KATH)
Adi-Dako M.O. (2011) Documentary for College of Architecture and Planning, KNUST, Book launch - “The Future of the Tree ”- Kumasi, Edited by Prof K.K. Adarkwa
Adi-Dako M.O. & Abban Jones Cecil (2006)- Golden Royal milk Advert for Cross Country Foods
Adi-Dako M.O. & Baeta Nicholas (2007) - Gospel Video - “Tongues of Fire”
Adi-Dako, M.O. (2013) KNUST in Ten minutes.
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