The purpose of the Match Studio is to build on a movement of art as advocacy, and advocacy as volunteerism, to amplify diverse voices and causes, and to support communities around the country.
In this work, DJ Agana combines two great passions: graffiti art and environmental advocacy. The piece is vibrant with colorful leaves, ferns, and flowers bunched together in an afro-like bouquet. Mother Nature — a beautiful face with a disarming expression — looks out from underneath.
Proceeds from DJ Agana's merchandise will go to a nonprofit close to her heart: Few and Far Women.
Few and Far Women is an assemblage of women who beautify the streets. In a shared commitment to creativity, education, and social justice, they draw, paint, skateboard, and teach all over the globe.
Strives to end homelessness in the Washington, D.C. area by empowering people in need with the skills, tools, and confidence to succeed. They use a range of media platforms to raise awareness and spotlight solutions to homelessness in D.C communities.