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November 21, 20169 months ago

Youth 4 Change Showcase Seeks Submissions

The Youth 4 Change Showcase and Graffiti Exhibition at the 12th Annual Trinity International Hip Hop Festival is now seeking hip hop dance, poetry, music and graffiti design submissions for a chance to perform or paint on Saturday, April 8, of the festival! The central theme is how do you impact your community with your art form? Main performers and graff writers should be between the ages of 13-18, but if you have younger children in your group, please still submit. Priority is given to Hartford-based artists but we are open to anyone in the region. The submission deadline is Monday, February 6, 2017 by midnight.

Submission forms are available on http://trinityhiphop.com/youth-4-change/

If you have any questions, please contact coordinators at Y4CHipHop@gmail.com

 

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September 21, 201611 months ago

Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival Returns for 12th Year

The 12th annual Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival returns to Trinity College on April 7-9, 2017.

The theme for 2017 is “U.N.I.T.Y.: Unifying Gender, Race and Class Through Hip-Hop” and will feature three days of lectures, films, workshops and panel discussions. Highlighting the event will be spoken word events, the regional talent showcase, the Friday night b-boy/b-girl battle and hip hop dance event, and the main concert on Saturday night, April 8th. Check back for the full schedule for the most up to date details.

April 2, 20134 years ago

Those Amazing B-Boy/B-Girls - 2012 Videos

At the 2012 Trinity International Hip Hop Festival, DecaDanceTheatre’s Megz & Taeko perform an excerpt from an abstract hip hop piece entitled “When the Sky Breaks”.

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February 1, 20134 years ago

Trinity Hip Hop Festival 2011: Exhibition B-Boy Battle (El Nino vs. Neguin)

In April 2011, the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival hosted its biggest b-boy event in its six year history! Headlining the event was a rematch from the Red Bull BC One World Championships 2010 between Boston’s El Nino and Brazil’s Neguin, who ended up taking the world champion title. The event was arranged by two of the world’s largest b-boy organizations: Mighty 4 (mighty4.tv) and Zulu Nation (local Chapter 860/Underground Coalition) along with Trinity College, Nomadic Wax and World Hip Hop Market.

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