cb-oakland-01I’ve been asked by Senior Curator of Art, René de Guzman of the Oakland Museum of CA to be a guest curator and be apart for the upcoming exhibit titled Vinyl: The Sound and Culture of Records, opening April 18th. Today, a crew from the museum came by in a huge truck to pick up my contribution for the exhibit. It was great to meet everyone and thanks for all the hard work, see you all at the opening.

Vinyl’s dynamic exhibit space, designed in partnership with Matthew Passmore, Founder and Principal at the San Francisco-based art and design collective Rebar, features standalone listening stations with turntables and album art displays, and comfortable, lounge-like, social gathering areas that allow Museum visitors to control their own music experience in the gallery. With opportunities to play albums and participate in music events and performances, Vinyl: The Sound and Culture of Records invites visitors to become a part of the exhibition itself.

cb-oakland-02DJ Tony Jr., Ryan, Meredith and Michael