Exhibit poster designed by QSTN for www.analoguestudies.com
Official Dust+Dignity t-shirt                                                                                                We did a limited run of these t-shirts and have them available in unisex sizes: medium, large, xlarge and xxlarge. (Please let us know what size you want.) These shirts are tagless which means never having an itchy neck again! The shirts are 100% pre-shrunk poly/cotton blend. They also have a coverstitched collar for comfort and a double-needle stitched for durability.                 Order the limited edition shirt HERE                                                                                                                             

Official Dust+Dignity t-shirt                                                                                                We did a limited run of these t-shirts and have them available in unisex sizes: medium, large, xlarge and xxlarge. (Please let us know what size you want.) These shirts are tagless which means never having an itchy neck again! The shirts are 100% pre-shrunk poly/cotton blend. They also have a coverstitched collar for comfort and a double-needle stitched for durability.                

Order the limited edition shirt HERE                                                                                                                             

Dust + Dignity is an educational experience promoting dialogue + advancing social justice through the exploration of the relationship between music and visual art. In March 2016, we will curate an exhibit featuring an audio tour with over 100 vinyl albums covers — hand-selected by five of Philadelphia’s most prominent DJ-Vinyl Collectors: Cosmo Baker, King Britt, Rich Medina, Skeme Richards, and DJ Junior.

Today, we are experiencing an outing of the racial ignorance that has long existed in our city, country, and surrounding world. Born out this injustice and in response to the ignorance is art. In art, we find sound. Music keeps us together; it heals and connects — it motivates and celebrates. Lyrics give life to our souls, the melodies align our hearts, and the rhythms stoke the fire our movements. Often-overlooked is the powerful connection between an album’s music and the accompanying album visual artwork that binds it all together. From Gil Scott Heron’s “Moving Target” to Kendrick Lamar’s highly-acclaimed 2015 release, “To Pimp a Butterfly”, the evolution of album artwork has transmitted the dynamism of music and social injustices.

Curators:

  •  Bruce “DJ Junior” Campbell Jr., Ph.D
  • Angie Asombrosa
  • Sarah Mueller
  • King Britt
  • Cosmo Baker
  • Rich Medina
  • Skeme Richards

SOCIAL MEDIA: 

*** If you would like to inquire about this project please contact us


 
MICA x Dust + Dignity: Philly Collaborative Poster                        We have partnered with Global Beat at MICA for these limited (only 50) screen printed posters for our Dust + Dignity project. Each poster is hand numbered and will look great on your wall.                                                       Order the limited edition poster HERE                                                                                                         

MICA x Dust + Dignity: Philly Collaborative Poster                        We have partnered with Global Beat at MICA for these limited (only 50) screen printed posters for our Dust + Dignity project. Each poster is hand numbered and will look great on your wall.                                                      

Order the limited edition poster HERE