SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
A mix of documentaries and movies, which are affiliated with Filipinos and/or the Philippines.
Friday Night Fair 3/26/99:
A lil sumpin' sumpin' for everyone!!! For y'all
ambitious-peeps, there will be an informal career fair from a plethora
of fields, including computer consulting, health care, and music industry.
And for a lil somethin' to take home to mama, you can browse through various
vending tables, carrying today's styles, food for your brain, and other
various lil keepsakes.
For the aspiring poets and writers, express yourself at Open Mic, emceed by Kiwi, Faith Santilla, and Dawn Mabalon. Or, view contemporary artworks by your kababayan, on display all nite long
Breakin and DJ exhibition/competition 3/26/99:
Raise the roof at the breakin' exhibition and competition, performance and judging by Full Circle Crew. Then, bring the house down at the DJ exhibition and competition, featuring an exhibtion by Interboro Rhythmik Turntablists (IRT) and judges DJ Icey Ice, Symphony, (also seen in Beats, Ryhmes, and Resistance) from LA, and Boston's very own DJ Roy Barboza from Jammin' 94.5.
Cultural Show "Isang Bansa, Isang Diwa" 3/27/99:
Celebrate the Filipino culture as the districts come together to showcase their cultural pride. Performances are by D1, D3, D5, and D6. Special performances by Rich Acosta "Kuntaw Kali Kruzada" and Boston's Iskwelahang Pilipino.
Fashion Show 3/27/99:
Check out the latest in fashion, designed by Filipinos from around the world! D1's finest picked for your viewing pleasure. It is what you wear. It is the way you wear it. It is the ESSENCE of STYLE.
This will end the conference in a huge party with top DJ's from the east and west coast and Canada.
Filipino Mass 3/28/99:
There will be a Catholic mass held by a Filipino
priest to celebrate palm Sunday.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
|Wednesday, March 24, 1999|
|7:00 - 10:00pm||FILM: Jose Rizal (premiere)||MIT, Building 10, Room 250|
|Thursday, March 25, 1999|
|5:00pm - 12:00am||REGISTRATION||Sever, 1st floor|
|9:00pm - 1:00am||Film Festival||Science Center D|
|Friday, March 26, 1999|
|12:00pm - 4:00pm||REGISTRATION||Ticknor Lounge|
|3:00pm - 12:00am||REGISTRATION||Lowell Lecture Hall|
|11:00am - 2:00pm||FILM: Jose Rizal||MIT, Building 26, Room 100|
|4:00pm - 5:00pm||WELCOME||Science Center B|
|5:00pm - 6:30pm||PANEL I: Relevance of History||Science Center B|
|6:30pm - 8:00pm||Dinner||Harvard Square Sponsor Restaurants|
|8:00pm - 11:00pm||Business fair & art show||Loker Commons|
|10:00pm - 1:00am||Breaking battle & DJ battle||Lowell House Dining Hall|
|Saturday, March 27th|
|8:00am - 1:00pm||REGISTRATION||Sever, 1st floor|
|9:00am - 10:30am||PANEL II: The Philippine-American War||Science Center B|
|10:45am - 12:00pm||SESSION I: Philippine Issues||Science Centers A, B, C, D, Lowell Hall, & Sever 113|
|12:00pm - 1:30pm||Lunch Break||Harvard Square Sponsor Restaurants|
|1:30 - 2:45pm||SESSION II: The Philippine-US Relationship||Science Centers A, B, C, D, Emerson 105, & Sever 113|
|3:00 - 4:15pm||SESSION III: Implications for & Instances of Activism||Science Centers A, B, C, D, Emerson 105, & Sever 113|
|4:15 - 5:45pm||PANEL III: Where Do We Go from Here?||Science Center B|
|5:45 - 7:00pm||Dinner Break||Harvard Square Sponsor Restaurants|
|7:00 - 8:30pm||*Cultural Show||Lowell Hall|
|9:30pm - 3:00am||Fashion Show & Celebration||Imperial Ballroom, Park Plaza Hotel|
|Sunday, March 28, 1999|
|11:00am - 12:30pm||Palm Sunday Mass||St. Paul's Church|
|1:00pm - 2:00pm||Speaker Brunch||Loker Commons|
* The attendance at the cultural show will be capped at 400.
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Kuya Tribe Productions
Established in 1995. The name "Kuya Tribe" originated when many of the original 5 members' neighbors only knew on Filipino word, "Kuya" (older brother) and began calling every Filipino on the block a "Kuya." Each member of the organization specialiazes in their own respective areas of the Club Music elements as their goal is to elevate blending and mixing, along with originality. They have been invited to spin at various clubs (Flamingo's, The Tunnel, and Metropolis) as well as colleges and universitites (Manhattan College, Drexel FIND '98, Stony Brook, St. Johns) in the New York City area.
DJ Icey Ice
Isiah "Icey Ice" Dacio is an established multitalented radio personality on 92.3 The Beat LA. He can be heard on the "Saturday Night Live" from 6-7pm and every Monday through Friday during the 12 o'clock "Old School Lunch Mix" with partener Big Lez (Rap City/BET). He is involved in a variety of enterprises that contributes to his succesful career. His work ranges from hosting California's largest Asian entertainment promotion company "Legend Entertainment/21XL Events," making guest appearances and performing at competitions and exhitbitions for the reknown turntablist crew "The World Famous Beat Junkies," directing the exclusive "Global Record Pool," and contributing monthly columns for the independent nightclub resourc "Industry Insider Magazine." DJ Icey Ice stays true to his roots and continues his involvement with his community and his church, where he has been a Christmas Institute Camp counselor for the past ten years. As a Filipino-American, DJ Icey Ice strives to represent 92.3 the Beat's motto of "erasing the color lines" to the fullest, by proving that any individual, regardless of race and ethnic identity, given the opportunity, can achieve success.
Marie "Symphony" Dacio
Marie "Symphony" Dacio's turntablist skills and presence have brought about much respect and praise from those that have come to recognize her. A reknowned mixshow DJ for 92.3 The Beat LA and KPWR 106, she is also a member of California's largest Asian entertainment promotion company "legend Entertainment/21XL Events, and the World Famous Beat Junkies. Her impressive resume ncludes: 1994 Represent Competition Finalist, 1995 Vestax USA Competition - 3rd Place.
Roy Barboza's unique blending/mixing style has brought him to the forefront in Boston radio. As the sole mixshow DJ for JAMN 94.5 Boston, and can be heard daily from 12-1 PM, and every Friday and Saturday night from 10:00 pm - 3:00 am. He is the resident DJ at Club vincents every Saturday night.
Established in late 1998, RedHotDegree Entertainment seeks to reward its audience to its fullest potential. Based in both Queens, NY and Boston, MA, they diligently work at impacting their respective urban contempory markets through mixtapes, promotions, and various club (Club Creations NYC, XVI NYC, Club Joy (Boston) as well as college/university (Brown University (ECASU '99), Boston University/Boston College, Northeastern University) events and appearences.
bookings: (617) 490-3886
Managed by: Ray Reyes, Kathy Yao, and Mike Bacarra
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