Justice by Uniting in Creative Energy (JUiCE) “Hip Hop in the Park” community event unites Los Angeles’s culturally diverse neighborhoods through Hip Hop. The free event was held to showcase works from JUiCE participants and to invite the larger community to share in the Hip Hop arts offered every week at MacArthur Park. Master aerosol artists finished the event with a community themed mural on recycled pulp art boards and worked alongside youths to learn basic painting techniques. Sounds of music echoed the streets while rhythmic words from emcees harmonize with the beats coming from the live drummer. The dance battle drew much excitement and brought the spirit of competition. The video showcases the dance battle at this event.
J.U.i.C.E. is a safe and creative environment that supports the exploration and development of the Hip Hop arts. We welcome you to come out and join us every Saturday at MacArthur Park.
Every Saturday, JUiCE holds weekly open sessions at the MacArthur Park Recreation Center. This Saturday, JUiCE participants and guest artists will be showcasing their various Hip Hop art projects. This outdoor event will be on held on December 17th at 2230 W 6th St, Los Angeles(Basketball Courts) from 11:30-4:30. A FREE family event with performances, dance, cyphers, open mic, art workshops and more.
Every Saturday, JUiCE opens its doors for the MacArthur Park community to unite all ages, all backgrounds, all cultures to collaborate in the creative expression of the Hip Hop arts. The safe environment allows for the freedom of expression through the arts and provides a natural outlet to develop oneself through the different elements of Hip Hop that include breakdancing, emceeing, deejaying and graffitti art.
J.U.i.C.E. presents project “Showtime”. With support from the California Arts Council in addition to our generous donors, J.U.i.C.E. was able to produce a collaborative art project called “Showtime”. J.U.i.C.E. participants in their respected artistic disciplines worked along side other creative artists in the various elements of the hip hop arts. Our project concluded with an original “Showtime” inspired song, illustration cover, interpretative dance and music video.
Open dance sessions to live music, deejaying, emceeing and music production, visual arts, showcase performances, demonstrations and workshops. A safe and unique environment to support the exploration and development of ones artistic craft among peers of all levels. We welcome you to come out and join us every Saturday at MacArthur Park. Free for everyone.
Starting Thursday October 1st 2015, JUiCE will be opening a Thursday practice and workshop space for the community from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Located at 1153 Valencia St, Los Angeles, the Pico Union Project location will be hosting JUiCE’s second location in addition to the vibrant Saturday’s at MacArthur Park Recreation Center. Additionally, we have the opportunity to begin a new workshop series with a focus on young females that have an interest in the Hip Hop arts. The program will be free for all ages and welcome you to join us on October 1, November 5, December 3, 2015.
Three dancers from different generations, different parts of the world, all share in the same style of dance.
JUiCE creates a open setting that cultivate the teaching environment for breakdancers. A truly unique place where knowledge and skill sets are shared every week from different generations. Hip Hop brings us together.
Celebrating its 6th year at the Ford on August 22, the J.U.i.C.E. Hip Hop Dance Festival brings together b-boys and b-girls, MCs rocking the mic and a live DJ set by DJ Kenzo. We can get down with that. B-boys and b-girls of the world unite! Click Hereand buy your tickets now!
Tickets are now available for the 6th Annual J.U.i.C.E. Hip-Hop Dance Festival, taking place at the historic Ford Amphitheatre on Friday, August 22nd, 2014.
Capturing the raw vibrancy of the urban arts landscape, the J.U.i.C.E. Hip Hop Dance Festival presents a range of hip hop dance styles, spoken word, graffiti art, multimedia, film and live DJs. Slated to perform are top local hip hop dance companies, including Versa-Style Dance Company and Open House, as well as dancers Harry Weston and Jacob “Kujo” Lyons. Also performing are dancers of the youth mentorship program Each One Teach One and the Millennium Dance Complex Tokyo Youth Group, making their US debut.
Each year, our showcases have filled the Ford Amphitheatre to capacity. This year’s show is definitely not one to miss. Don’t hesitate. CLICK HERE and buy your tickets now!