September 27th & 28th: B Here (Or Actually There)

Monday, September 20, 2010

From the PR:

Up-and-coming Asian American dance, music and comedy stars join forces with Rutgers students for B HERE, a national campaign to raise awareness of hepatitis B. The B HERE campaign features two campus events:

- Multi-media art exhibit showcasing perspectives on chronic hepatitis B, a life-threatening liver disease that disproportionately affects Asian Americans

- Live performances from comedian Paul "PK" Kim of Kollaboration, singer/songwriters Clara C., Joseph Vincent, Jennifer Chung and Paul Dateh, and dance groups Quest Crew and Kaba Modern, who have been featured on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew

Both events are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – but you must attend the art exhibit to obtain a ticket to the live performances.

Art Exhibit – Monday, September 27

Open from 10 AM – 5 PM
Rutgers Student Center, Multipurpose Room
126 College Avenue (at Morrell Street)
Located on the Rutgers University College Avenue Campus
Street parking is available on College Avenue,
Morrell Street and Senior Street

Live Performances – Tuesday, September 28

Doors open at 6 PM; Performance from 7 – 9 PM
Mason Gross Performing Arts Center,
Nicholas Music Center Concert Hall
85 George Street located on the
Rutgers University Douglass College Campus
Parking is available in Lot 74A on
George Street across from the Center