The “B HERE” campaign comes to the UCLA campus on Wednesday, November 10th, featuring art exhibit, live performances of up-and-coming Asian American dance, music and comedy stars join forces with UCLA students for B HERE, a national campaign to raise awareness of hepatitis B.
The B HERE campaign features two campus events:
* Multimedia 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, dance groups Quest Crew and Kaba Modern, who have been featured on MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, and singer/songwriters Joseph Vincent, Clara C., Jennifer Chung and Paul Dateh.
Both events are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – but you must attend the art exhibit to obtain a ticket to the live performances.
WHEN: Wednesday, November 10
WHERE: Art Exhibit – Open from 10 AM – 5 PM
Ackerman Union building on the UCLA campus; in the Grand Ballroom, second floor
Entrance on Westwood Plaza; parking available in Parking Structure 6
Live Performances – Doors open at 6 PM; Performances 7 – 9 PM
Royce Hall on the UCLA campus
Entrance on Royce Drive off of Sunset Blvd; parking available in Parking Structure 5