|Talent delight Friday night: music, dance, fashion|
December 4, 2003
"United Artists: Local Talent and Fashion," a talent and fashion show organized by Associated Students Inc.'s Student Empowerment and Involvement Center (SEIC) and Hip Hop for Artistic Culture, will celebrate the diversity and artistry of campus and community members this Friday. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend this free event.
The show will include musical performances by students and well-known hip hop and R&B acts such as Pep Love, Tikitha and Crey. Students will display their fashion designs from such labels as Inner Circle Clothing, Mamasan, Juel, Nopal and Jean Wa.
Students will also take to the stage to show off their talents in dancing and acting.
Pep Love from the Bay Area underground hip-hop group Hieroglyphics is the show's headliner. Tikitha, the hip-hop and R&B first lady of the Wu-Tang Clan, and Crey, a member of Jah Warrior Shelter, the reigning champions of Bay Area DJ reggae and hip-hop "sound clashes," will also perform. The Mission and Bernal Heights youth group Percita will do a hip hop dance number.
"The main goal of the show is to give students the opportunity to empower themselves through artistic expression and also come together with the community at large and with the campus community," says Jonah Copi, a senior majoring in art who is an event organizer for both SEIC and Hip Hop for Artistic Culture.
"United Artists: Local Talent and Fashion" will take place from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. this Friday, Dec. 5, at Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
-- Public Affairs Student Writer Javier Jimenez with Matt Itelson
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