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Hip Hop Culture in Los Angeles – JUiCE Provides Free Weekly Arts Program

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 Hops arts offered every week at MacArthur Park. Master aerosol artists and JUiCE facilitators 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 from JUiCE’s resident DJ’s while rhythmic words from emcees harmonize with the beats coming from the live drummer.  The break dance footwork battle drew much excitement and brought the spirit of competition to the open dance floor. The video showcases the dance footwork battle at this event.

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J.U.i.C.E. is a safe and unique environment to support the exploration and development of hip-hop artistic crafts among peers of all levels. We welcome you to come out and join us every Saturday at MacArthur Park. Free for everyone! Come experience open dance sessions to live music, deejaying, emceeing and music production, visual arts, showcase performances, demonstrations and workshops.

JUiCE Presents Venice – Travel Through Hip Hop Culture

B-boy Saewl plays Jay, who pursues his dreams of travel through Hip Hop culture. Directed by Ramy Casicas. Cinematography by Jason Leibsla.

Filmed during a Saturday session at JUiCE. The artistic synergy between creativity and environment allowed for this beautiful piece to flourish.

 

BBOY + BGIRL Foundation Workshop by BBOY GUILLOTINE

JUICE Workshop 7-13 and 7-20 2013

Presented by JUICE…. Free from 1-2…..July 13th & 20th 2013….Free Open Session 12-4PM every Saturday at MacArthur Park Recreation Center on the 2nd Floor…. 2230 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90057

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Come see what JUICE is like. Every Saturday from 12-4 pm. It’s free to the public.