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RHAPSODY 254 the first photography NFT collaboration between Opus 1 Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization transforming communities and combating global issues via the arts, and photographer Achilleas Manolis.
Inspired by music’s ability to draw light into the darkest of spaces, this nine piece collection offers an intimate view into the world of Ghetto Classics -- an arts education program focused on empowering Kenyan youth living in underserved, impoverished communities.
Each piece in the RHAPSODY 254 collection represents an exclusive digital offering by limited quantity: only 10 mints will ever be issued per item. The collection is to be released weekly in sets of three beginning on Wednesday, February 16th, 2022 at noon EST on OpenSea.io. Initial pricing will start at 0.02 ETH or approximately $60 USD. To reserve an item prior to its public release, you may do so via e-mail request to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
100% of funds received from the RHAPSODY 254 collection will go towards the purchase and shipment of educational instruments & materials for the students of the Ghetto Classics program.
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CATALOGUE: SETS I, II & III
NFT DROP SCHEDULE:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16th 2022 • 12 PM EST
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd 2022 • 12 PM EST
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2nd 2022 • 12 PM EST
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OPUS I FOUNDATION
KENYA • VOLUME I
AN EXCLUSIVE COLLABORATION WITH ACHILLEAS MANOLIS
GHETTO CLASSICS KENYA
In January 2018, Photographer ACHILLEAS MANOLIS accompanied the Opus 1 Foundation to Nairobi to capture their arts education project in Korogocho, one of the world's largest and most dangerous slums, with the Art of Music Foundation.
It was in the darkness they discovered; art is the light of the soul.
The collection is presented in a set of eight individual black & white prints and, in its entirety,
as a 30-image limited edition photobook.